## code: tu01 points: 10

## PRINTING

The first line nearly everybody does when they start a new language is the classic Hello World. So let's do it!

print ("Hello World!")

Notice in Python 3 we have to put this inside the brackets!

print ("Hello World!")

Notice in Python 3 we have to put this inside the brackets!

Exercise 1: Print your own phrase

## Basic Maths

By putting the speech marks inside Print we are telling the computer that this is a

It didn't actually print 5*5, but 25 right?

You can use a wide range of Maths in Python, but for now try the following:

+ Addition

- Subtraction

* Multiplication

/ Division

** Power (exponentiation)

*string.*However computers are the world's greatest calculating machines so it's just as easy for it to do basic calculations. Try this easy one:**print (**5*5)It didn't actually print 5*5, but 25 right?

You can use a wide range of Maths in Python, but for now try the following:

+ Addition

- Subtraction

* Multiplication

/ Division

** Power (exponentiation)

Exercise 2: Try doing the most complicated Maths you can in your head and compare it to the answers you get from the computer.

Exercise 3: Try 22/7 What do you get?

Exercise 3: Try 22/7 What do you get?