Engineering Python 17D: PyQt and Qt Designer – Currency Converter

Welcome to Engineering Python. This is a Python programming course for engineers. In this video, I’ll continue to discuss GUI programming using PyQt and Qt Designer. We will create a currency converter. This program downloads the latest currency exchange rates from fixer.io and converts between different currencies. Fixer is a free API for current and historical exchange rates published by the European Central Bank. We will use the following widgets….

Is Bitcoin Valuable?

Is Bitcoin Valuable?

Hi, my name is Xavier, and when I talk about cryptocurrencies, I often get comments sayingthat Bitcoin, Ethereum, and others aren’t worth anything.That people are just artificially creating its value.And you know what, that’s true.I also hear that they’re not real because it’s only virtual money, not physical.That’s true as well.But in this video, I would like to put these into context.I’m not trying to convince you to buy crypto,…

Regents Exam | Algebra I (Common Core) | August 2016 | Problem 14 of 37

Regents Exam | Algebra I (Common Core) | August 2016 | Problem 14 of 37

Regents Exam Algebra I August 2016 Problem number 14.A parking garage charges a base rate of 3.50 for up to 2 hours, and an hourly rate foreach additional hour.The sign below gives the prices for up to 5 hours of parking.Which linear equation can be used to find x, the additional hourly parking rate?In this problem we need to determine which linear equation can be used to solve for thehourly…

Is There a Maximum Coin Supply in Dash?

Is There a Maximum Coin Supply in Dash?

Hi I’m Amanda B. Johnson and you are watching DASH: Detailed.You may remember from a few episodes backa video we published entitled,“Everything You Need to Know About Dash In Under Three Minutes!”In it, we reported that Dash’s coin emission rate,or the rate at which new Dash are created,decreases by 7.1 percent, per year,and that the emissions will be basically zerowhen 22 million Dash have been created.That’s all a long way…