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Unformatted text preview: ueberry •  Write a for command that prints the fruits with 5 leSers –  Answer: apple, guava, grape [email protected] exercises •  Write a Python program that allows the user to enter as many grades as wished. •  Store the grades in a list, as they are entered: –  Start with an empty list –  Use the append() method to add new grades to the list as they are entered •  Find the average grade in the list •  Print those grades below average List Variables •  Variables are names or labels a programmer can use to refer to a value in Python •  For some types of variables (like lists), Python remembers the memory address (or reference) where it put the value in the computer’s memory •  Addresses start with “0x” and are...
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