Complete coding questions 14, 15, and 16 from chapter 3. Each question should be commented and created as a self-named function (fourteen, fifteen, and sixteen) in a file called chapter3.py.
14. Write a program that finds the average of a series of numbers entered by the user. As in the previous problem, the program will first ask the user how many numbers there are. Note: the average should always be a float, even if the user inputs are all ints.
15. Write a program that approximates the value of π by summing the terms of this series: 4/1 − 4/3 + 4/5 − 4/7 + 4/9 − 4/11 + . . . The program should prompt the user for n, the number of terms to sum, and then output the sum of the first n terms of this series. Have your program subtract the approximation from the value of math.pi to see how accurate it is.
16. A Fibonacci sequence is a sequence of numbers where each successive number is the sum of the previous two. The classic Fibonacci sequence begins: 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13,. . .. Write a program that computes the nth Fibonacci number where n is a value input by the user. For example, if n = 6, then the result is 8.
Please complete the coding questions 4, 10, and 11 at the end of the chapter. Each question is implemented as its own function using its numbered name (ex question 4 to be called four()) and all three functions to be included in one file called chpt4.py.
4. Write a program that draws a winter scene with a Christmas tree and a snowman.
10. Triangle Information. Same as previous problem, but with 3 clicks for the vertices of a triangle.
9. Triangle Information. This program displays information about a triangle drawn by the user.
Input: 3 mouse clicks for the opposite corners of a triangle.
Output: Draw the rectangle. Print the perimeter and area of the triangle.
11. Five-click house.
You are to write a program that allows the user to draw a simple house using five mouse clicks. The first two clicks will...