Python: Ball Selection (Gr. 11-12)
Python Coding: Advanced
In this lesson, students will explore the use of functions in Python. Students will use the function to create a computational model on the ball selection probability. Students will then create a ‘ball drawing’ function and define how it should work to simulate the ball selection. Students also need to recall and utilize what they have learned about lists to store and modify data.
- Recognize the syntax and features of a function in Python, including the keyword, the rule of indentation, the method to call and reuse the function.
- Write and execute algorithms that define a function to store a set of instructions or procedures.
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