# DAT/210 Week 5 Python LAB 6.19: Max magnitude

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DAT/210 Week 5 Python LAB 6.19: Max magnitude

Write a function max_magnitude() with two integer input parameters that returns the largest magnitude value. Use the function in a program that takes two integer inputs, and outputs the largest magnitude value.

Ex If the inputs are:
5
7
the function returns:
7

Ex: If the inputs are:
-8
-2
the function returns:
-8

Note: The function does not just return the largest value, which for -8 -2 would be -2. Though not necessary, you may use the built-in absolute value function to determine the max magnitude, but you must still output the input number (Ex Output -8, not 8).
Your program must define and call the following function:
def max_magnitude(user_vall, user_val2)

main.py
import math
”’ Define your function here. ”’
if __name__ == ‘__main__’:
”’ Type your code here. ”’

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DAT/210 Week 5 Python LAB 6.19: Max magnitude

Write a function max_magnitude() with two integer input parameters that returns the largest magnitude value. Use the function in a program that takes two integer inputs, and outputs the largest magnitude value.

Ex If the inputs are:
5
7
the function returns:
7

Ex: If the inputs are:
-8
-2
the function returns:
-8

Note: The function does not just return the largest value, which for -8 -2 would be -2. Though not necessary, you may use the built-in absolute value function to determine the max magnitude, but you must still output the input number (Ex Output -8, not 8).
Your program must define and call the following function:
def max_magnitude(user_vall, user_val2)

main.py
import math
”’ Define your function here. ”’
if __name__ == ‘__main__’:
”’ Type your code here. ”’

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