# Simple Calculator- Python Project for Class 11

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Jun 10, 2021

Simple Calculator- Python Project for Class 11

Source Code:

```#Creater info
print("cbsepython.in:")
print(" covering all content for the cbse computer science students                                                                           ")
print("                                                                         ")
print("These Are the folowing set of Operations you can use :)")
print("+ for ADDITION, ","- for SUBSTRACTION, "," * for MULTIPLICATION, ","/ for DIVISION, ","n for Power value")
print("                                                                        ")
no=int(input("Enter the number of Inputs with which you want to do the operation: "))

#max no is 2 and min no is 5
if no==2:
number_1=float(input("Enter The 1st Number:"))
number_2=float(input("Enter The 2nd Number:"))
elif no==3:
number_1=float(input("Enter The 1st Number:"))

number_2=float(input("Enter The 2nd Number:"))
number_3=float(input("Enter The 3rd Number:"))
elif no==4:
number_1=float(input("Enter The 1st Number:"))
number_2=float(input("Enter The 2nd Number:"))
number_3=float(input("Enter The 3rd Number:"))
number_4=float(input("Enter The 4th Number:"))
elif no==5:
number_1=float(input("Enter The 1st Number:"))
number_2=float(input("Enter The 2nd Number:"))
number_3=float(input("Enter The 3rd Number:"))
number_4=float(input("Enter The 4th Number:"))
number_5=float(input("Enter The 5th Number:"))
else:
print("Minimun number with which operation can be done is 2 & Maximum number with which operation can be done is 5")
"- - SUBSTRACTION"
"* - MULTIPLICATION"
"/ - DIVISION"
"n-to the power"
user_input = input("Enter the Function to be used:")
if user_input == "+" and no==2:
number_3=0
number_4=0
number_5=0
if user_input == "+" and no==3:
number_4=0
number_5=0
if user_input == "+" and no==4:
number_5=0
if user_input == "-" and no==2:
number_3=0
number_4=0
number_5=0
if user_input == "-" and no==3:
number_4=0
number_5=0
if user_input == "-" and no==4:
number_5=0
if user_input == "*" and no==2:
number_3=1
number_4=1
number_5=1
if user_input == "*" and no==3:
number_4=1
number_5=1
if user_input == "*" and no==4:
number_5=1
if user_input == "/" and no==2:
number_3=1
number_4=1
number_5=1
if user_input == "/" and no==3:
number_4=1
number_5=1
if user_input == "/" and no==4:
number_5=1
if user_input == "+":
output = number_2 + number_1+ number_3+ number_4+ number_5
print(output)
elif user_input == "-":
output = number_2 - number_1-number_3- number_4- number_5
print(output)
elif user_input == "*":
output = number_2 * number_1* number_3* number_4* number_5
print(output)
elif user_input == "/":
output = number_1 / number_2/ number_3/ number_4/ number_5
print(output)
elif user_input == "n":
output = number_2 ** number_1
print(output)
else:
print ("!*!*! Invalid Entry !*!*!")
```

Output:

```cbsepython.in:
covering all content for the cbse computer science students

These Are the folowing set of Operations you can use :)
('+ for ADDITION, ', '- for SUBSTRACTION, ', ' * for MULTIPLICATION, ', '/ for DIVISION, ', 'n for Power value')

Enter the number of Inputs with which you want to do the operation: 4
Enter The 1st Number:3
Enter The 2nd Number:4
Enter The 3rd Number:2
Enter The 4th Number:12
Enter the Function to be used:"*"
288.0
>>>```

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