We use the code implemented last week, from Wentworth2012 and make it more flexible by encapsulating the core functionality in functions.

**2.14.5** Create a function `compute_final_amount`

that will have `P,r,n,t`

as the input parameters. Comment the function appropriately. Make the code robust against dividing by zero runtime problem:

- Use if-condition to catch the case where the denominator is zero, print an error message (using 'print') and return from the function.
- Use if-condition to catch the case where the denominator is zero and raise an exception.
- Handle this exception completely with a “try-except” block, i. e., no if-condition needed.

**time difference** variant of 2.14.7 and 2.14.8. Implement a function `compute_time_diff(h1,m1,h2,m2)`

that returns two values - hours, minutes - time difference between t2-t1, where the time is expressed in hours and minutes. Expect 24 hours notation. Required file name: `03_weekly_hw.py`

.

Usage:

>>> h,m = compute_time_diff(13,20,15,10) >>> print(h,m) 1 50

Solve homework 01 - Right triangle and submit it via Upload system in time! Check the deadline in Upload system.

- Read chapters 6,7,8,9 from Wentworth2012. This material is for the next two lectures/labs.

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