**Module and Import**

For these 3 problems,

-You are writing a function to calculate a formula in the module.

-You are going to import the modules to the main.

-Write 3 more functions in the main

-Don't do any formula calculation in the main just use module functions and return your result.

-Call each main function twice to test the provided values.

1. Meter to Feet and Inches

One meter equals 39.37 inches and 1 foot equals 12 inches.

Write a function m_2_ft_inch (m) under the module meter_feet.py.

Import it to the main and another function named meter_to_feet_n_inch (meter) in the main. Call your function twice to test these 2 values.

i) 78 meter

ii) 245 meter

Hint: Use the remainder to solve this problem

Note: The result must be in feet and inches, suppose if it is 1.73 meters, your program should be able to print, 5 feet 8 inches

2. Kinetic Energy

Kinetic Energy equals 0.5 times mass (m) times square of velocity (v)

Write a function k_energy(m, v) under module KE.py. Import it to the main then write a function named kine_energy that accepts two arguments of mass and velocity.

Call your function twice to test the following parameters.

i) Object_A: mass = 230 kg, velocity = 12 m/sec

ii) Object_B: mass = 330 Kg, velocity = 11 m/sec

3. Future Value Calculation

Suppose you have a certain type of saving account that earns compound interest in your deposit. You can calculate your amount with formula,

F = P . (1 + i) ^ t

where,

F = Future value of the account after a certain time period

P = current balance of your account

i = annual interest rate, percent must be divided by 100 in calculations

t = number of years

Write a function my_future_value (p, i, t) under module future_value.py. Import the module to the main. In main write a function calculate_future_value (PV, interest, time). Call this function twice to calculate the future value with arguments for present value, interest rate, and the number of months as below.

a) P = $25000, i = 14.37% and t = 10 years

b) P = $133000, i = 16.70% and t = 13 years

This assignment has been answered **4 times** in private sessions.

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