Student's Guide to Python 3 - Part 1

Learn Python 3, a great introductory course for students
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Student's Guide to Python 3 - Part 1
New
Rating: 4.2 out of 5 (28 ratings)
2,282 students
Python 3

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Description

As our world becomes more and more technologically advanced, we become immersed in a digital era. In these modern times, it is important to learn how to code, and especially important for students to learn as the possibilities surrounding code are infinite. Especially with the current advent of machine learning, Python is one of the easiest and most powerful languages available, and having it in your arsenal is an excellent tool in this day and age. This is Part 1 of a 4 part course in Python.

Who this course is for:
  • Students who have little to no experience coding
Course content
3 sections • 18 lectures • 1h 23m total length
  • Introduction
    04:20
  • Getting Started
    01:35
  • Where to go for help
    01:09
  • Print and Comments
    03:35
  • Print and Comment Exercises
    00:19
  • Variables
    07:55
  • Variables Exercises
    00:34
  • Mathematical Operations
    04:27
  • Mathematical Operations Exercises
    00:27
  • Project: Grocery Shopping
    01:35
  • Project: Grocery Shopping - Solution and Walkthrough
    13:29
  • If Statements + Input Function
    07:08
  • If Statements + Input Function Exercises
    00:52
  • Elif + Else
    07:34
  • Elif + Else Exercises
    00:51
  • Using Boolean Arguments + Boolean Order of Operations
    12:25
  • Using Boolean Arguments + Boolean Order of Operations Exercises
    6 questions
  • Project: Text Adventure
    02:28
  • Project: Text Adventure - Solution and Walkthrough
    13:10

Instructor
Student
Paul Kang
  • 4.2 Instructor Rating
  • 48 Reviews
  • 5,783 Students
  • 4 Courses

Hi, my name is Paul Kang and I am a high school student interested in coding who loves to teach. I find that many people find coding to be an advanced topic that they leave untouched, so my goal is to spread my passion of coding to as many of my fellow students as I can.