# 8.15. Chapter AssessmentΒΆ

Write a function called `int_return`

that takes an integer as input and returns the same integer.

Write a function called `add`

that takes any number as its input and returns that sum with 2 added.

Write a function called `change`

that takes any string, adds βNice to meet you!β to the end of the argument given, and returns that new string.

You will need to write two functions for this problem. The first function, `divide`

that takes in any number and returns that same number divided by 2. The second function called `sum`

should take any number, divide it by 2, and add 6. It should return this new number. You should call the `divide`

function within the `sum`

function. Do not worry about decimals.

- NUM_COORDS
- Incorrect, NUM_COORDS is under the global frame in the Codelens screenshot. Look at the generate_coords frame
- MAX
- Correct, we are using the local version of MAX declared inside the function
- MIN
- Correct, we are using the local version of MIN declared inside the function
- x_coord
- Incorrect, the x_coord append line is using a reference of the global frame list x_coord
- coord
- Correct, the iterator variable is still a variable and in this case it is created locally inside the function

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Using the Codelens diagram screenshot, select all the variables that are local to the function generate_coords