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Python Python Sequences Sequence Operations Finding len, min, max

nagavenkatrao datti
nagavenkatrao datti
627 Points

Find the len of the provided student_gpas list and assign it to a variable called length.

Find the len of the provided student_gpas list and assign it to a variable called length.

len_min_max.py
student_gpas = [4.0, 2.3, 3.5, 3.7, 3.9, 2.8, 1.5, 4.0]

len(student_gpas)

length = student_gpas:

print(student_gpas)

1 Answer

You are close. You just need to put it all together. The following will return the number of items in student_gpas:

len(student_gpas)

and that is what you are to assign to variable length. You do this as follows:

length = len(student_gpas)