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# need help here

cant figure what im doing wrong on the last function

teachers.py
```# The dictionary will look something like:
# {'Andrew Chalkley': ['jQuery Basics', 'Node.js Basics'],
#  'Kenneth Love': ['Python Basics', 'Python Collections']}
#
# Each key will be a Teacher and the value will be a list of courses.
#
# Your code goes below here.
def num_teachers(a):
return len(a)
def num_courses(dic):
number = 0
for v in dic.values():
number += len(v)
return number
def courses(dic):
course_list = []
for v in dic.values():

for a in v:
course_list.append(a)
return course_list
def most_courses(dic):
m_courses = 0

for k , v in dic.items():
if len(v) > m_courses :
m_courses = len(v)
teacher = k
return teacher
def stats(dic):
fin_list = []
for k , v in dic.items():
pri_list = []
pri_list.append(k)
pri_list.append(len(v))
fin_list.append(pri_list)

return fin_list
```

```def stats(dic):
fin_list = []
for k , v in dic.items():
pri_list = []
pri_list.append(k)
pri_list.append(len(v))
fin_list.append(pri_list)

return fin_list
```

As far as I understand it, python doesn't use curly braces like other languages it uses indentation. So the function and the return statement are seen as separate. So it should look like this.

```def stats(dic):
fin_list = []
for k , v in dic.items():
pri_list = []
pri_list.append(k)
pri_list.append(len(v))
fin_list.append(pri_list)

return fin_list
```