can anyone please tell me how to write the code for task 1 of week 9 ,using function.
The Task is to calculate the densities of the given heavenly bodies i.e. :
['Mercury', 'Venus', 'Earth', 'Mars', 'Jupiter', 'Saturn', 'Uranus', 'Neptune', 'Pluto', 'Moon']
- First, we’ll have to collect data with regard to each of the above’s diameters. They are found to be (ignore the units):
[0.3300, 4.8700, 5.9700, 0.6420, 1898.0000, 568.0000, 86.8000, 102.0000, 0.0146, 0.7346]
- Then we could do the density calculation through the iterative method using the
iterrowsfunction however, this isn’t efficient. Therefore, an optimal solution is to directly find the density in a one-liner as follows:
density = mass / ((3.14159 * diameter**3) / 6)
Hope this clarifies the doubt.
thank you for your reply.
But i want to solve this problem using a function.
like cant we create a function ,so that when we call that function it will ask us the name of the planet and later give us the density of only that planet.
Yes, you can do it for sure.
You can pass the planet name as an argument to the function, and inside the function you can use pandas operation to access that particular value by filtering the dataframe.
I would suggest you to try this at your own, and let us know if you face any difficulty in implementing it.