DAT/210 Week 4 Python LAB 5.21: Expression for calories burned during workout

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DAT/210 Week 4 Python LAB 5.21: Expression for calories burned during workout


The following equations estimate the calories burned when exercising (source):
Women: Calories = ((Age x 0.074) — (Weight x 0.05741) + (Heart Rate x 0.4472) — 20.4022 ) x Time / 4.184
Men: Calories = ((Age x 0.2017) + (Weight x 0.09036) + (Heart Rate x 0.6309) — 55.0969) x Time / 4.184


Write a program using inputs age (years), weight (pounds), heart rate (beats per minute), and time (minutes), respectively. Output calories burned for women and men.
Output each floating-point value with two digits after the decimal point, which can be achieved as follows:
print( 'Men: {:.2f} calories'.format(calories_man))


Ex: If the input is:
49 155 148 60
Then the output is:
Women: 580.94 calories
Men: 891.47 calories



main.py
''' Women: Calories = ((Age x 0.074) - (Weight x 0.05741) + (Heart Rate x 0.4472) - 20.4022) x Time / 4.184 '''
''' Men: Calories = ((Age x 0.2017) + (Weight x 0.09036) + (Heart Rate x 0.6309) - 55.0969) x Time / 4.184 '''
 
''' Type your code here. '''

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DAT/210 Week 4 Python LAB 5.21: Expression for calories burned during workout

The following equations estimate the calories burned when exercising (source):
Women: Calories = ((Age x 0.074) — (Weight x 0.05741) + (Heart Rate x 0.4472) — 20.4022 ) x Time / 4.184
Men: Calories = ((Age x 0.2017) + (Weight x 0.09036) + (Heart Rate x 0.6309) — 55.0969) x Time / 4.184

Write a program using inputs age (years), weight (pounds), heart rate (beats per minute), and time (minutes), respectively. Output calories burned for women and men.
Output each floating-point value with two digits after the decimal point, which can be achieved as follows:
print( 'Men: {:.2f} calories'.format(calories_man))

Ex: If the input is:
49 155 148 60
Then the output is:
Women: 580.94 calories
Men: 891.47 calories


main.py
''' Women: Calories = ((Age x 0.074) - (Weight x 0.05741) + (Heart Rate x 0.4472) - 20.4022) x Time / 4.184 '''
''' Men: Calories = ((Age x 0.2017) + (Weight x 0.09036) + (Heart Rate x 0.6309) - 55.0969) x Time / 4.184 '''
 
''' Type your code here. '''

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