# 12.17. Chapter AssessmentÂ¶

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 â€śNice to meet you!â€ť to the end of the argument given, and returns that new string.
Write a function,

`accum`

, that takes a list of integers as input and returns the sum of those integers.
Write a function,

`length`

, that takes in a list as the input. If the length of the list is greater than or equal to 5, return â€śLonger than 5â€ť. If the length is less than 5, return â€śLess than 5â€ť.
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.