a. productCharge(): should prompt the user for a valid retail charge of a product (between $10 and $5000). The value should be returned from the function
b. productDiscount(): If product total is over $350, the customer receives a 17% discount. Return the value of the discounted product.
The Python program should prompt the user for the number of products in the order (must check that this number is between 1 and 7). Then, by calling the function, enter the productCharge for each of the products – maintaining a total for all products. Once products are all entered, call the productDiscount function. Lastly, output the number of products, the product total, the amount of sales tax: 3% and the final total to include that tax. Note all prices should be printed to two decimal places.
2. Wri function in python that will calculate if a value is inside a defined range. The function valid, should accept 3 parameters: the value, lowest and highest member of usable range. The function should return True if value is in range and False if not.