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5.34 Write a function statement() that takes as input a list of floating-point numbers, with positive numbers representing deposits to and negative numbers representing withdrawals from a bank account. Your function should return a list of two floating-point numbers; the first will be the sum of the deposits, and the second (a negative number) will be the sum of the withdrawals. >>> statement([30.95, -15.67, 45.56, -55.00, 43.78]) [120.29, -70.67]

Answer #1

**ANSWER**:

**def
statement(numList):**

**deposits = 0**

**Withdrawals = 0**

**outcome= []**

**for number in
numList:**

**if number<0:**

**withdrawals +=
numList**

**else**

**deposits +=
numList**

**outcome.append(withdrawals)**

**outcome.append(deposits)**

**return outcome**

**Explanation:**

I have defined a function called as
**statement()** that has a parameter
**numList**. Inside the function, I have created two
empty lists of floating point numbers, with positive numbers
representing **deposits** and negative numbers
representing **withdrawals** from a bank account.

Now I have created a
**for** **loop** that iterates through
the **numList**. Inside the loop, if a number is
**smaller** than zero, add it to the withdrawals. If a
number is **greater** than zero, add it to the
deposits. When the loop is done, the fuction returns a list of two
floating point numbers. The first will be the sum of the deposits,
and the second (a negative number) will be the sum of the
withdrawals.

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