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Final Exam Review Chapter Seven – One Dimensional Lists Write a function that will accept two arguments: a list and a number (n). Assume that the list contains numbers. The function should display all of the numbers in the list that are greater than the number (n) def main(): number = 5 number_list = [1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10] display_larger_than_n_list(number, number_list) print('Number:', number) print('List of numbers:\n', number_list, sep='') print('List of numbers that are larger than ', \ number, ':', sep='') def display_larger_than_n_list(n, n_list): larger_than_n_list = [] for value in n_list: if value > n: larger_than_n_list.append(value) print(larger_than_n_list) main()

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Chapter 7 – 2D Lists The Lo Shu Magic Square is a grid with 3 rows and 3 columns, shown below. The Lo Shu Magic Square has the following properties: The grid contains the numbers 1 through 9 directly The sum of each row, column, and diagonal all add up to the same number In a program, you can simulate the Lo Shu Magic Square using a 2D List. Write a function that accepts a 2D List as an argument and determine whether the list is a Lo Shu Square or not. Test your function in a program.
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