Answer: # The user is prompted to enter number as dividend # The received number is assigned to userNum userNum = int(input("Enter the number you want to divide: ")) # The user is prompted to enter number as divisor # The divisor is assigned to x x = int(input("Enter the number of times to divide: ")) # divideNumber function is defined to do the division def divideNumber(userNum, x): # counter is declared to control the loop counter = 1 # the while-loop loop 3 times # the division is done 3 times while counter <= 3: # integer division is done # truncating the remainder part userNum = userNum // x # the result of the division is printed print(userNum, end=" ") # the counter is incremented counter += 1 # the divideNumber function is called # the received input is passed as parameter # to the function divideNumber(userNum, x) # empty line is printed print("\n") Explanation: The // operator in python works like the / operator in C. The // operator returns only the integer part of division operation. For instance 6 // 4 = 1. The fraction part is discarded
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