In today’s world, Python is used extensively in many fields, including artificial intelligence, data science, and machine learning.

Mastering Python can help you advance your career and take advantage of some of the best opportunities on the planet. Working on Python projects is a surefire way to improve your skills and advance your profile, regardless of where you rank yourself in your Python proficiency. You can create almost anything you want with Python, and this makes it a fantastic programming language.

Here are some simple math projects that will challenge you and improve your Python coding skills.1

• Calculator

By far, this is the simplest project on the list. You can learn how to create a graphical user interface from this project, which is also a good way to get to know a library like Tkinter. With the help of this library, you can design buttons that execute various tasks and show the results on the screen. Variables, floats, fundamental math, and if/else if/ else statements are all things you should be familiar with before beginning this project.

• Guess the Number

This project is a fun game where the user must guess the generated random number within a given range based on the hints provided. When a user guesses it incorrectly, they are prompted with additional hints to help, but this lowers their score. The program should also include functions that determine whether the user actually entered a number and that determine the discrepancy between two numbers. The computer selects a random number. The range of the numbers can be altered (for example: 0–50 or 1–10.) Everything is up to you. Things to consider before beginning this project: integers, while loops, if/else if/else, and the random module in Python.

• Rock Paper Scissors

This program uses a variety of functions, so it’s a good opportunity to become familiar with that crucial idea. This is also among the simplest games to create. It requires the user to make the first move before it makes a move. The input could be a string or an alphabet representing rock, paper, or scissors. By evaluating the input string, the result function determines a winner, and the scorekeeper function updates the score. To complete this project, you should be familiar with the Python random module, variables, if/else if/else, functions, and lists.

• Roll the Dice

This program acts as a virtual dice and is a fairly straightforward dice roll generator that simulates dice rolls using a random function. The polyhedral dice used in many board games and role-playing games can be replicated by changing the maximum value to any number. The user can decide how many dice to roll, or you can decide whatever you want and ask them to accept it. To complete this project, you should be familiar with Python’s random module, playsound module, variables, if/else if/else, while loop, and functions.

These projects test your theoretical knowledge and help you become more proficient in using Python in real-world situations. Isn’t it both educational and enjoyable? To explore more, visit BYJU’S FutureSchool Blog.

References:

1. 6 Python Projects for Beginners | Codementor. (n.d.). Retrieved July 18, 2022, from https://www.codementor.io/@zerqplayz/6-python-projects-for-beginners-15zfhynakw