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The function call range (start, end, step) can be used to iterate overthe sequence of
integers starting at start, using a step size of step and ending before end. In the space below,
show the output of running the following command in IDLE. >>> list(range(2, l7, 5)) 6.2 (3 pts) The line above converts the result of the range () function into a list. Use the code below
to fill in the blanks: The range starts at , uses a step size of , and ends before 6.3 (3 pts) Write two lines of Python that use a for loop with the range function to print the values
1, 4 , 7 , 10, 13 , 16. (Your answer must use a for loop with range () to get credit).

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