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Sample ChapterChapter 5 2 Sequences: Lists and Tuples Note: Throughout the Instructor Solutions Manual, solutions are not provided for project, research and challenge exercises—many of which are substantial and appropriate for term projects, directed-study projects, capstone-course projects and thesis topics. Before assign- ing a particular exercise for homework, instructors should check the IRC to be sure the solution is available. These Instructor Solutions Manual PDFs contain only answers to short-answer exercises and any discussion questions asked in other exercises. Code cor- responding to programming exercises can be found in the solutions folder’s chapter-spe- cific subfolder—e.g., ch01 for Chapter1, ch02 for Chapter 2, etc. Code generally is provided both in Python source-code files (.py) and Jupyter Notebooks (.ipynb). ExercisesUse IPython sessions for each exercise where practical.
- (What’s Wrong with This Code?) What, if anything, is wrong with each of the fol- lowing code segments?
- day, high_temperature = (‘Monday’, 87, 65)
Answer: There are two few variables to unpack the tuple. The statement should be:day, high_temperature, low_temperature = (‘Monday’, 87, 65)
- b) numbers = [1, 2, 3, 4, 5] numbers
Answer: The index 10 is not within the list’s bounds. In this case, valid indices arein the range 0–4, because the list contains five items.
- c) name = ‘amanda’ name = ‘A’
Answer: Strings are immutable so you cannot assign99ikjm to the elements in astring sequence.
- d) numbers = [1, 2, 3, 4, 5] numbers
Answer: Indices must be integer values or slices,
- student_tuple = (‘Amanda’, ‘Blue’, [98, 75, 87]) student_tuple = ‘Ariana’
Answer: Tuples are immutable. Once a tuple is created, you cannot assign new el-ements to it.
- (‘Monday’, 87, 65) + ‘Tuesday’
Answer: The + operator works only with sequences of the same type—two lists, two tuples or two strings.
- g) ‘A’ += (‘B’, ‘C’)
Answer: The += operator must have a variable as its left operand, not a string lit- eral.
- h) x = 7
del x print(x)Answer: Once you delete the variable x, it no longer exists, so you cannot print it.The print statement must appear before the del statement. i) numbers = [1, 2, 3, 4, 5]numbers.index(10)