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As a dumb American, I don't understand Celsius temperatures. Using c_to_f and a list comprehension, create a variable named good_temps. Convert each Celsius temperature into Fahrenheit, but only if the Celsius temperature is between 9 and 32.6.
temperatures = [ 37, 0, 25, 100, 13.2, 29.9, 18.6, 32.8 ] def c_to_f(temp): """Returns Celsius temperature as Fahrenheit""" return temp * (9/5) + 32 def is_9_32_6(temp): return (temp >= 9) and (temp <= 32.6) good_temps = [is_9_32_6(temp) for temp in map(c_to_f, temperatures)]
Steven Parker220,415 Points
Close, but you're converting the temperatures first with map, and then using the list comprehension to return a true or false for each based on if the converted temperature is in the range.
But you want to return a converted temperature for each Celsius one that falls in the range.
Hint: you won't need a map.
And if you still can't get it...
good_temps = [c_to_f(temp) for temp in temperatures if is_9_32_6(temp)]