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INTRODUCTION TO PYTHONFor SLP 1, you will use Shaw’s e-textbook. You need to review Exercises 3, 4, and 5 and would need to copy each of these exercise’s code as they are listed on the e-textbook and run them through the Python editor (IDLE). Once you have executed the code, copy the code and complete the following Study Drills by making the necessary code revisions as indicated on each of the exercise drills. You need to run the IDLE to execute the changes and review the program results.You can use the Snipping tools or screen print (ctrl + Print Screen) to show the Pythons editor’s (IDLE) code and results and demonstrate that your program executed correctly.Exercise 3: Study Drills # 1, 3, 4, and 5 and run the codeExercise 4: Study Drills # 1, 2, and 3 and run the codeExercise 5: Study Drills # 1, 2, and 3 and run the codeA common mistake that occurs is that when you cut/paste the code directly from the tutorial, there will be extra empty spaces before certain lines, then you will encounter a syntax error message "unexpected indent" when you run the program. Fix the problem by deleting the extra indent.Create a Word file named as “ITM205-SLP 1-Exercises-YourFirstNameLastName” containing a copy of each of the exercise drills’ IDLE source codes and running results with clear exercise/drill numbers marked on the page.You can use the Snipping tools or screen print (ctrl + Print Screen) to show the IDLE code and results and demonstrate that your program executed correctly.Finally zip all of the above three files into file named as “ITM205-SLP1-YourFirstNameLastName and then submit/upload it.
Module 1 - SLP INTRODUCTION TO PYTHON Name: Institution: Exercise 3 After Study Drills 1, 3, 4, 5 The source code is below: The result is: