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# Beginning prompt that allows user to select calculation options in order to get an answer. # While True creates a loop because everything is indented under it. while True: print("Hello, this is a simple calculator. Choose an option to get started!") print("1 for addition") print("2 for subtraction") print("3 for division") print("4 for multiplication") choose = input("Choose an operation: ") choose = int(choose) if choose == 1: print("You have chosen addition!") x = input("Value x: ") y = input("Value y: ") answer = (float(x) + float(y)) print("Your answer is: " + str(answer)) elif choose == 2: print("You have chosen subtraction!") x = input("Value x: ") y = input("Value y: ") answer = (float(x) - float(y)) print("Your answer is: " + str(answer)) elif choose == 3: print("You have chosen division!") x = input("Value x: ") y = input("Value y: ") answer = (float(x) / float(y)) print("Your answer is: " + str(answer)) elif choose == 4: print("You have chosen multiplication!") x = input("Value x: ") y = input("Value y: ") answer = (float(x) * float(y)) print("Your answer is: " + str(answer)) # This gives user the choice to do another calculation # Remember that for word choices you need to add quotation marks otherwise they won't work. again = input("Would you like another calculation?(yes/no) ") if again == str("no"): break