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Python Dates and Times in Python (2014) Let's Build a Timed Quiz App The Quiz Class

Steven Yang
Steven Yang
7,515 Points

Why do we need to use two random number to generate our 10 questions since I thought the random.choice method did that?

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Steven Parker
Steven Parker
229,982 Points

Each question has 3 random parts: one operator and two operands.

The random.choice method is being used to pick a question type (the operator, either add or multiply), but the two random numbers are for the operands (the values being added or multiplied).