# Exercises

Here are the exercises on this site.

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Exercise | Summary | Referenced in |
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Annual Percentage Yield | Compute the annual percentage yield. | More exercises |

Aussie rules in Excel | Implement the Aussie rules program in Excel. | From Eva to Excel |

Beligerent Unicycles | Compute the parts costs for some unicycles. | More exercises |

Candy throwing estimator | Estimate the cost of candy throwing. | |

Catbots | Compute the cost of a Catbots order. | More exercises |

Character classes | Work out the base attributes of a character in an RPG. | More exercises |

Clown catapult | More exercises | |

Comparing regional sales | Find the region with the greater sales. | Finding the end |

Compute hypotenuse with validation | Compute the hypotenuse of a right angled triangle, with input validation. | Reusing code |

Compute tip again | The tip calculator, with different I/O. | Patterns nest |

Count the data values | How much data in a column? | Finding the end |

Crafty bugs | Fix this program that helps plan an arts and crafts show. | More exercises |

Dangerous yoga poses | Show the safest and most dangerous yoga poses. | More exercises |

Dog advice | Give advice on how many dogs people should have. | Iffy variables |

Dog count | How many dogs? | Indexes and loops are BFFs |

Dogs playing poker | Write a program to compute the cost of throwing a dog poker party. | More exercises |

Emotional baggage shipping cost | What will it cost to ship someone's emotional baggage? | |

Euros to USD | Convert euros to USD. | More exercises |

Evens | Write a program to show the even numbers from 2 to 10. | Loops |

Exercises and grades | Compare average exam scores for people who submitted many exercises to average scores for people who submitted fewer exercises. | More exercises |