# Write a program that displays a table of ten distance equivalents in miles and kilometers. See Example output. You must generate the table by running a function inside a loop in main. Generate a random integer from 10 to 60, inclusive, in each loop cycle. Use this latter value as the miles argument to the function. The function must then print a line in the table. Repeat: The function prints the table.  Print  the miles in a column 5 characters wide with 2 decimals and the kilometers in a column 13 characters wide with 5 decimals. Use the column formatting concepts at the end of Chapter 2, not tabs or other methods not in this course. Example output MILES   KILOMETERS 52.00     83.68568 11.00     17.70274 40.00     64.37360 21.00     33.79614 14.00     22.53076 23.00     37.01482 48.00     77.24832 22.00     35.40548 15.00     24.14010 16.00     25.74944

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Hi! I need assistance writing the PSEUDOCODE and the SOURCE CODE for the problem listed below! Any help is appreciated, thank you! Its suppose to be in Python.

To do program5_2 you will need program5_1(at the bottom of this), I DO NOT need that program solved. Just program5_2. Thank you so much in advance.

program5_2.py
Write another program that generates another table with the same columns and decimals but by using a function that returns the kilometers for a specified miles parameter. Use a loop in main and generate random integers as before, but catch the value returned by the function and use it in the loop to print a line of the table. Repeat: The table is printed in main

Program5_1 for reference:

program5_1.py
Write a program that displays a table of ten distance equivalents in miles and kilometers. See Example output. You must generate the table by running a function inside a loop in main. Generate a random integer from 10 to 60, inclusive, in each loop cycle. Use this latter value as the miles argument to the function. The function must then print a line in the table. Repeat: The function prints the table.  Print  the miles in a column 5 characters wide with 2 decimals and the kilometers in a column 13 characters wide with 5 decimals. Use the column formatting concepts at the end of Chapter 2, not tabs or other methods not in this course.

Example output

MILES   KILOMETERS
52.00     83.68568
11.00     17.70274
40.00     64.37360
21.00     33.79614
14.00     22.53076
23.00     37.01482
48.00     77.24832
22.00     35.40548
15.00     24.14010
16.00     25.74944

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