# Lab 4, Part 3: Buzzfeed Quiz Details

Continuing with the DC&G theme, we will break this program into individual functions. Note that these are suggestions, there are many different ways to divide the quiz into parts.

In the `lab04/conditionals.py` file, you are provided with the function called `askUserForAnswer` which returns the integer corresponding to the user's choice.

Test this function in the Python console so you understand what it does.

``````In[]: askUserForAnswer()

Select 1, 2 or 3: 1
Out[]: 1

Select 1, 2 or 3: 2
Out[]: 2``````

Now, write a function called `firstQuestion()` that prints a question followed by three answer options, e.g.

``````In[]: firstQuestion()

Which food do you like the most?
1: artichokes
2: lettuce
3: kimchi``````

You can come up with your own questions/answers, just associate the #1 option with earth, the #2 option with water, and the #3 option with fire.

Note that this function does not need to prompt the user for their input, it simply needs to print the question and possible answers.

Once `firstQuestion()` is written and tested, write two additional question/answer functions (`secondQuestion`, and `thirdQuestion`).

Write a function called `determineElement` that accepts three integers as parameters and returns a calculated element as a String (`earth`, `water`, `fire`).

``````In[]: determineElement(1, 1, 1)
Out[]: 'earth'

In[]: determineElement(2, 2, 2)
Out[]: 'water'

In[]: determineElement(1, 2, 3)
Out[]: 'water'

In[]: determineElement(3, 3, 3)
Out[]: 'fire'``````

It's up to you to design the formula for how the elements are chosen. In the above example, we had programmed it so that if they chose 1 for all the answers, they were earth. If they chose 3 for all the answers they were fire. If they chose a mixture of 1,2,3 they were water.

But again, the formula is up to you to design as you like. Have fun with it!

### Task 4d Glue the pieces together

Finally, write a function called `runQuiz` that does the following:

• Shows the first question (using `firstQuestion`)
• Prompts the user for their answer (using `askUserForAnswer`)
• Repeats the above two steps for the second and third question
• Using the responses from the questions, determines the user's element (using `determineElement`)
• Prints the resulting element

When you're done, test your quiz to make sure it works as expected.