The sixth assignment involves writing a Python program to read in the temperatures, as user input, for ten consecutive days in Celsius and store them into an array. The entire array should then be displayed. Next each temperature in the array should be converted to Fahrenheit and the entire array should be again be displayed. The formula for converting Celsius to Fahrenheit is °F = (°C × 1.8) + 32. Finally, the number of cool, warm and hot days should be counted and the number of each type of days should be displayed. You should decide on the thresholds for determining whether a day is cool, warm or hot..
Your program should include the pseudocode used for your design in the comments. Document the values you chose for the thresholds in your comments as well.
You are to submit your Python program as a text file (.py) file. In addition, you are also to submit a test plan in a Word document or a .pdf file. 15% of your grade will be based on whether the comments in your program include the pseudocode and define the values of your constants, 70% on whether your program executes correctly on all test cases and 15% on the completeness of your test report.