# Mixed-up Code Questions¶

Create the function, mood(emotion), to return a string with the emotion followed by " 4 you". For example, if emotion is “So happy” it should return "So happy 4 you!".

Write the function, mood(emotion), to return a string with the emotion followed by " 4 you". For example, if emotion is “So happy” it should return "So happy 4 you!".

Create the function, item_purchase(item, price), to return a string with the item purchased followed by the price. For example if item is “new book” and price is 12 the function should return "My new book cost $12". Write the function, item_purchase(item, price), to return a string with the item purchased followed by the price. For example if item is “new book” and price is 12 the function should return "My new book cost$12".

Create the function phrase(person, thing), to return a string with a person of your choosing followed by a thing of what that person likes to do. For example, if the person is sam and thing is Likes to code, the returned string should be "Sam likes to code". Make sure that person is capitalized and thing is lowercase.

Write the function, phrase(person, thing), to return a string with a person of your choosing followed by a thing of what that person likes to do. For example, if the person is Sam and thing is Likes to code, the returned string should be "Sam likes to code". Make sure that person is capitalized and thing is lowercase.

Let’s imagine that last weekend you went on a camping trip with your family. Create a function time(hours, minutes). Return a string that says how long it took you to get home in minutes. For example, if hours was 3 and minutes was 13, the returned string should be, "It took us 193 minutes to get home".

Let’s imagine that last weekend you went on a camping trip with your family. Write a function time(hours, minutes). Return a string that says how long it took you to get home in minutes. For example, if hours was 3 and minutes was 13, the returned string should be, "It took us 193 minutes to get home".

Create the function, food(fave, least_fave), to return a string with your fave food followed by your least_fave food both in lowercase. For example, if your fave food is “PIZZA” and your least_fave is “broccoli”, return "My favorite food is pizza, but I don't like broccoli". Be sure to change fave and least_fave to lowercase.

Write the function, food(fave, least_fave), to return a string with your fave food followed by your least_fave food both in lowercase. For example, if your fave food is “PIZZA” and your least_fave is “broccoli”, return "My favorite food is pizza, but I don't like broccoli". Be sure to change fave and least_fave to lowercase.

Create the function, animal(type), to return the string, “My type_animal looks like a Muppet” with type being any animal of your choosing. For example, if your type is “sheepdog”, then the returned string should be "My sheepdog looks like a Muppet".

Finish the function, animal(type), to return the string, “My type_animal looks like a Muppet” with type being any animal of your choosing. For example, if your type is “sheepdog”, then the returned string should be "My sheepdog looks like a Muppet".

Let’s imagine you went on a huge shopping spree. Create the function, total(store1, store2, store3), to return the total of how much you spent at the three stores. For example, if you spent 30 in store1, 13 in store2, and 56 in store3, ans return "$30 +$13 + $56 =$99".

Let’s imagine you went on a huge shopping spree. Write the function, total(store1, store2, store3), to return the total of how much you spent at the three stores. For example, if you spent 30 in store1, 13 in store2, and 56 in store3, ans return "$30 +$13 + $56 =$99".

Create the function combine(var1, var2), to return a string by combining the two variables var1 and var2. For example, if var1 is “i am a” and var2 is “CS wizard”, the function should return the string, "I am a cs wizard". Make sure var1 is capitalized and var2 is lowercase.

Write the function, combine(var1, var2), to return a string by combining the two variables var1 and var2. For example, if var1 is “i am a ” and var2 is “CS wizard”, the function should return the string, "I am a cs wizard".

Create the function, colors(col1, col2), should return a string combining the variables col1 and col2. For example, if col1 and col2 is “‘red’” and “‘blue’”, then the function should return Red is a primary color and so is blue. Be sure to capitalize the first color and lowercase at second.

Write the function, colors(col1, col2), to return a string combining the variables col1 and col2. For example, if col1 and col2 is “‘Red’” and “‘blue’”, then the function should return Red is a primary color and so is blue. Be sure to capitalize the first color and lowercase the second.

Create the function, fave_animal(animal), to return the string, “Petting animal makes me happier than anything else” where animal is any animal of your choice. For example, if animal is “dogs”, then the function should return, "Petting dogs makes me happier than anything else".

Finish the function, fave_animal(animal), to return the string, “Petting animal makes me happier than anything else” where animal is any animal of your choice. For example, if animal is “dogs”, then the function should return, "Petting dogs makes me happier than anything else".