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Foundations of Python Programming: Functions First

Section 10.7 Chapter Assessment

Checkpoint 10.7.1.

The variable nested contains a nested list. Assign ‘snake’ to the variable output using indexing.

Checkpoint 10.7.2.

Below, a list of lists is provided. Use in and not in tests to create variables with Boolean values. See comments for further instructions.

Checkpoint 10.7.3.

Below, we’ve provided a list of lists. Use in statements to create variables with Boolean values - see the ActiveCode window for further directions.

Checkpoint 10.7.4.

Provided is a nested data structure. Follow the instructions in the comments below. Do not hard code.

Checkpoint 10.7.5.

The variable nested_d contains a nested dictionary with the gold medal counts for the top four countries in the past three Olympics. Assign the value of Great Britain’s gold medal count from the London Olympics to the variable london_gold. Use indexing. Do not hardcode.

Checkpoint 10.7.6.

Below, we have provided a nested dictionary. Index into the dictionary to create variables that we have listed in the ActiveCode window.

Checkpoint 10.7.7.

Given the dictionary, nested_d, save the medal count for the USA from all three Olympics in the dictionary to the list US_count.

Checkpoint 10.7.8.

Iterate through the contents of l_of_l and assign the third element of sublist to a new list called third.

Checkpoint 10.7.9.

Given below is a list of lists of athletes. Create a list, t, that saves only the athlete’s name if it contains the letter “t”. If it does not contain the letter “t”, save the athlete name into list other.
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