• GiovaBici

    thank you so much. I had foolishly forgotten ...

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  • GiovaBici

    Hello everybody. I would need to calculate the cosine of an angle. I used the math.cos () function, but the result I am getting is wrong. can anyone tell me why? thank you.
    I am attaching the text:

    import math
    print(math.cos(60))
    

    in the console, as a result, is:

    -0.9524129804151563

    Otherwise, can you tell me another method with which to calculate the cosine?
    Thank you

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  • GiovaBici

    Hi, everybody! I hope that's the right category for my question. I'm planning a code for the creation of a program or rather an application with Python. To create an app layout, how can I do that? I'm using Marvel on Ipad, but I can't put in any code, and I know he's stuck with the result I want to get. What can I do? Python permits this?

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  • GiovaBici

    Thank you very much!

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  • GiovaBici

    @cvp
    Hi. In this case how can I put the two above m ?:

    area_pressione = float(input("Inserisci l'area(m): "))

    Thanks and sorry if I still don't understand ...
    I still wanted to ask: Can I have certain print commands written in a different color than black?
    Thank you

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  • GiovaBici

    Thank you very much

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  • GiovaBici

    Hello everyone. Can you still help me: how do I write a calculation under the square root? Thanks to who will answer me

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  • GiovaBici

    Thank you very much for the answers !

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  • GiovaBici

    Thank you very much. How can I integrate it in here ( forgive me ignorance but I started recently). Thank you

    print("L'accellerazione é: " + str(accellerazione_finale) + " m/s**2")

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  • GiovaBici

    Hello everybody. For project that I am doing, I would need to write the acceleration formula, which is expressed in metres square two. How do I write 2 above the letter s? For it to be a number I read that it’s done with two asterisks, but the letter aren’t working.

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