# Write Code Questions¶

Write a function called `check_third_element` that takes in a list of tuples, `lst_tups` as a parameter. Tuples must have at least 3 items. Return a new list that contains the third element of each tuple. For example, `check_third_element([(1,2.2,3.3),(-1,-2,-3),(0,0,0)])` would return `[3.3, -3, 0]`.

Create a function called `check_third_element` that takes in a list of tuples, `lst_tups` as a parameter. Tuples must have at least 3 items. Return a new list that contains the third element of each tuple. For example, `check_third_element([(1,2.2,3.3),(-1,-2,-3),(0,0,0)])` would return `[3.3, -3, 0]`.

Write a function called `interchange_values` that takes in a tuple with two values as a parameter, `t` and returns a tuple which interchanges the values of `t`. For example, `interchange_values(("LeBron", "James"))` would return `("James", "LeBron")`.

Create a function called `interchange_values` that takes in a tuple with two values as a parameter, `t` and returns a tuple which interchanges the values of `t`. For example, `interchange_values(("LeBron", "James"))` would return `("James", "LeBron")`.

Write a function called `my_data` that takes in an integer, `int_value` as a parameter. Return tuple that contains one elements, the integer in the parameter. For example, `my_data(99)` would return `(99,)`.

Create a function called `my_data` that takes in an integer, `int_value` as a parameter. Return tuple that contains one elements, the integer in the parameter. For example, `my_data(99)` would return `(99,)`.

Write a function called `info` with the following required parameters: name, age, birth_year, year_in_college, and hometown. The function should return a tuple that contains all the passed information. For example, `info('Troy', 24, 1996, 'Sophomore', 'Ann Arbor')` should return `('Troy', 24, 1996, 'Sophomore', 'Ann Arbor')`.

Create a function called `info` with the following required parameters: name, age, birth_year, year_in_college, and hometown. The function should return a tuple that contains all the passed information. For example, `info('Troy', 24, 1996, 'Sophomore', 'Ann Arbor')` should return `('Troy', 24, 1996, 'Sophomore', 'Ann Arbor')`.

Write a function `tuplize()` that accepts two inputs and returns a tuple containing those inputs in order. For example, `tuplize('Stephen', 'Curry')` would return `('Stephen', 'Curry')`.

Create a function `tuplize()` that accepts two inputs and returns a tuple containing those inputs in order. For example, `tuplize('Stephen', 'Curry')` would return `('Stephen', 'Curry')`.

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