[Tutor] Look Familiar but numbered 1

ThreeBlindQuarks threesomequarks at proton.me
Mon Oct 10 16:10:08 EDT 2022

```It seems the darn question 2 someone asked is question 1 here:

> Question:1.Write A Python Program To Create A List Of 1000 Random Points. These Points Must Be Objects Of The Point Class. The X And Y Coordinates Of These Points Must Be Random Float Between A Range And Any Arbitrary Range Will Be Fine. (Hint: Random.Uniform Can Be Used To Generate A Random Floating Point Value Between Any Two Given Numbers.) After You Finish This,
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> 1.Write a Python program to create a list of 1000 random points. These points must be objects of the Point class. The X and Y coordinates of these points must be random float between a range and any arbitrary range will be fine. (Hint: random.uniform can be used to generate a random floating point value between any two given numbers.) After you finish this, write a program to print out the number of points that fall in the left half of the area. If a point is exactly on the middle of the area, you are free to decide to either count it in the left half, or right half. Please note in your program how which is the case.

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