
Write the single Python statement you would use to return the value of the expression interest *
principle from within a function.
return interest * principle

Write the single Python statement you would use to return
True
if the parameter number_1
were greater than the parameter number_2, but otherwise return False
.
return number_1 > number_2

Write the single Python statement you would use to return
True
if the parameter number_1
were equal to the parameter number_2, but otherwise return False
.
return number_1 == number_2

Write a single Python statement to return
True
if the parameter number
were less than 0, but otherwise return False
.
return number < 0

Write the Python function get_positive which takes no parameter
and returns a number greater than 0. This function should use the
input
function
to ask the user for a number and convert it to an integer. It should then keep looping until it
gets a number that is greater than 0. When it gets such a number, it should return that number.
def get_positive():
number = int(input("Integer greater than 0: "))
while number <= 0:
print(number, "is not greater than 0")
number = int(input("Integer greater than 0: "))
return number

What appears after
return
in a return statement?
an expression