To gain experience writing programs which use if, elif and else.
For this lab, you'll be creating a program that converts number grades to letter grades. For instance, if the input to the program is 88.5, the program should output B+.
According to the syllabus for this class, this is the grade breakdown:
This is written using mathematical "range notation". A "[" means that is the staring point for a range and it includes that value. A ")" means that is the ending point for a range but it does not include that value itself.
For example, to get a B+, you need an 87 or higher, up to a 90, but not including a 90 (which is an A-). So even a 89.999 would count as a B+.
When you are finished, please submit the .py file for the lab on Canvas. To do so, you'll need to navigate to where you saved the file on your computer.
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