# Mixed-up Code Questions¶

The following code should set the variable `result` equal to “x is less than 3” when `x` is less than 3. Otherwise, set it to “All done”. Be sure to indent correctly!

Write code that sets the variable `result` equal to “x is less than 3” when `x` is less than 3. Otherwise, set it to “All done”.

The following program should set the variable `message` to “Hello” if x is less than 2, “Hey” if x is greater than 2, and “Hi” if x is 2. Be sure to indent correctly and look out for extra code blocks!

Write code that sets the variable `message` to “Hello” if `x` is less than `2`, “Hey” if `x` is greater than `2`, and “Hi” if `x` is `2`.

The following code should set `price` to 1.5 if `weight` is less than 2, otherwise set `price` to 1.3, then set `total` to the `weight` times `price`. For example, if `weight` is 0.5 then `price` should be set to 1.5 and `total` will be 0.75. Be sure to indent correctly!

Write code that sets `price` to 1.5 if `weight` is less than 2, otherwise set `price` to 1.3, then set `total` to the `weight` times `price`. For example, if `weight` is 0.5 then `price` should be set to 1.5 and `total` will be 0.75.

The following program should set the variable `number` to `x is a number from 1 to 10` if the value of x is 1-10, `x is a number less than 1` if the value of x is zero or below, and `x is a number greater than 10` if the value of x is more than 10. Be sure to indent correctly and look out for extra code blocks!

Write code that sets the variable `number` to `x is a number from 1 to 10` if the value of x is 1-10, `x is a number less than 1` if the value of x is zero or below, and `x is a number greater than 10` if the value of x is more than 10.

Arrange the code to calculate and print the cost of a 14 mile cab ride. If the distance traveled is less than or equal to 12 miles the cost is \$2.00 a mile, and if the distance traveled is more than 12 miles the cost is \$1.50 a mile. Be sure to indent correctly and look out for extra code blocks!

Write code that sets the variable `rate` to the cost of a 14 mile cab ride. If the distance traveled is less than or equal to 12 miles, then `rate` cost is \$2.00 a mile, and if the distance traveled is more than 12 miles then `rate` cost is \$1.50 a mile. Assign the final cost to the variable `total`.

Arrange the following code so that after x and y are defined, they are compared and if the value of x is less than y it sets the variable `result` to `"x is less than y"`; if x is greater than y then `result` is set to ```"x is greater than y"```; and `result` is `"x and y must be equal"` if the values are equal. Be sure to indent correctly!

Write code so that after x and y are defined, they are compared and if the value of x is less than y it sets the variable `result` to `"x is less than y"`; if x is greater than y then `result` is set to `"x is greater than y"`; and `result` is `"x and y must be equal"` if the values are equal.

Arrange the following code so that after x and y are defined, they are compared and if the value of x and y are the same object then the variable `value` will be set to `"x and y are the same"`; if x and y have the same value then `value` will be `"x and y have the same value"`; and `value` is `"x and y are not similar"` if x and y do not fit the other conditionals. Be sure to indent correctly!

Write code so that after x and y are defined, they are compared and if the value of x and y are the same object the variable `value` will be set to `"x and y are the same"`; if x and y have the same value then `value` is `"x and y have the same value"`; and `value` is `"x and y are not similar"` if x and y do not fit the other conditionals.

Arrange the code to print the grade equivalent (string) for a score. It should return E for any value below 60, D for 61 to 69, C for 70 to 79, B for 80 to 89 and A for 90 and above.

Write code that will set the variable `grade` to the grade equivalent (string) for a score. It should set `grade` to E for any value below 60, D for 61 to 69, C for 70 to 79, B for 80 to 89 and A for 90 and above. For example, if the score is above 90, `grade` should be A.

The following program should set the variale `result` to determine whether a number is odd or even, but the lines are mixed up. Be sure to indent correctly and watch out for extra pieces of code!

Write code that should set the variable `result` to determine whether a number is odd or even.

The following program should set the variable `result` equal to “Good job” when the number is between 1 and 10 (inclusive) or is 15 and `result` should be set to “Fail” when it is not. Be sure to indent correctly and watch out for extra pieces of code!

Write code that should set the variable `result` equal to “Good job” when the number is between 1 and 10 (inclusive) or is 15 and `result` should be set to “Fail” when it is not.