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Write Python code(s) to do:
1. Ask the user to enter the: NAME (A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, I, J), AGE, GPA (out of 4) and the MAJOR ( CS, CET, CIS, CE). Then print these information as follows: My name starts with the letter (NAME) and I am (AGE) years old. I study (MAJOR) and my GPA is: (GPA).

2. Repeat step 1 for 10 users with different values (Names can’t be repeated).

3. Store the entered information in the file students.CSV. 

4. Plot the 4 features (NAME, AGE, GPA, and MAJOR) on separate figures using the seaborn library functions. 

5. Calculate the mean() of the GPAs and Ages.
6. Define a function to evaluate the Root Mean Squared Error (RMSE) according to the following equation:
RMSE=√(∑_(i=1)^m〖1/m (y ̂_i-y_i )^2 〗)

7. Calculate the mean() of the GPAs, and consider it to be the predicted value for all students (y ̂_i) and consider the original GPA of the student to be y_i. 
8. Compute the RMSE for each student according to the above equation (the squared root of the difference between the predicted and original GPA values). The value of m is 10 (number of the samples)
9. Store the computed RMSE values in the student.CSV file (as a new column entitled RMSE)

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Updated 29-Feb-20 22:32pm

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I am beginner and need to get started with these problems

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