Storing Collections of Data Using Lists

2. a. kingdoms[-6]
b. kingdoms[-1]
c. kingdoms[-6:-3]
d. kingdoms[-4:-1]
e. kingdoms[-2:]
f. kingdoms[-1:-2] (many other solutions)

4. a. ids.remove(3382)
b. ids.index(9362)
c. ids.insert(ids.index(9362) + 1, 4499)
d. ids = ids + [5566, 1830] or:

ids.append(5566)
ids.append(1830)
e. ids.reverse() f. <code>ids.sort() 6. a. <code>temps = [25.2, 16.8, 31.4, 23.9, 28, 22.5, 19.6]</code><br/> b. <code>temps.sort()</code><br/> c. <pre> cool_temps = temps[0:2] warm_temps = temps[2:] </pre> d. <code>temps_in_celsius = cool_temps + warm_temps</code><br/> 8. <pre> def is_longer(L1, L2): """ (list, list) -> bool Return True if and only if the length of L1 is longer than the length of L2. >>> is_longer([1, 2, 3], [4, 5]) True >>> is_longer(['abcdef'], ['ab', 'cd', 'ef']) False >>> is_longer(['a', 'b', 'c'], [1, 2, 3]) False """ return len(L1) > len(L2) </pre> 10. a. <code>units[0]</code><br/> b. <code>units[-1]</code> or <code>units[1]</code><br/> c. <code>units[0][0]</code><br/> d. <code>units[1][0]</code><br/> e. <code>units[0][1:]</code><br/> f. <code>units[1][0:2]</code><br/>