Exercise 2: Pineapple route emissions
i am facing this error while trying to run my code and couldn't get where my error is
can anyone help me out to fix this .
Traceback (most recent call last): …
Choice of language
Hi! Regarding the choice of the programming language for the course: why did you choose Python over R, considering that R is much much simpler to learn, especially for those who have never programmed (or have little), and its outputs are much nicer, prettier to read, for example…
ERROR IN Exercise 11: Real estate price predictions (advanced)???
I'm getting this error and I think I have produced the right code. There are only three lists in
X = np.array([[66, 5, 15, 2, 500], …
Exercise 21 (advanced):
Hi! When I try the code in my computer, it works and gives me the correct output, but when I try in the course, I get this error:
Traceback (most recent call last):
File "/lib/python3.8/site-packages/pyodide/_base.py", line 70, in eval_code …
Exercise 21 (basic): extra explanation needed
I read part 1 and 2 of Neural Networks and then tried Exercise 21.
By the questions that are asked, I get the feeling I'm missing some explanation.
Anyway, gave it a go ... and failed. …
unable to login in second course "Building AI"
every time I tried to login into the second course, msg appears that "error in credentials", though same id is perfectly working for login into elements of AI website and first course
kindly help resolving the issue
Exercise 18 (intermediate)
My code produces the 3 arrays with 8 entries, but I still can't get it passed.
Anybody got an idea?
[0, 0.03521825181113625, 0.03521825181113625, 0, 0.19084850188786495, 0, 0, 0.09542425094393248] …
Exercise 16 (advanced): the chart doesn't appear
A question for the team, this is not a real problem because my code gives the right result in the test, but I don't understand why the chart doesn't appear. Is that a bug or do I need to add something else in my code?
This is my piece of code:
Exercise 7: Flip the coin
I wrote a code that counts the number of "11" and gives the correct output of 2 but I still get fail when testing my solution. I don't know any other way to solve it. This is the code I wrote:
def count11(seq): …
Can I try again my wrong-answered questions?