I just add commas between these and this gives us a tuple back.

So, this is what I expect to print when we run this code.

Let's test our hypotheses.

Okay, so I see that line two does indeed print out 1967,

line three does in fact print out everything from 1967 through actress,

line five does in fact print out

seven and line eight does in fact print out this list that we specified.

So, let's go over some questions related to slicing and indexing.

So first if we ask,

what's printed out by the following statement?

So, the string S is Python rocks and we print out S from index 3-8.

So, in order to determine what actually gets printed out,

then I'm going to first find out where index three is,

so this is zero, one, two, three.

So, what that means is that because we include index three,

I'm going to draw a line right here and then we print out that through eight, four,

five, six, seven, eight but we don't include index eight because

we move kind of all of these dots to the left and so what that

means is that we're going to get everything from here to here.

So, we should get hon space r or item

C. Okay, next question.

So here we have a list that has a mix of some integers,

some strings and some actual other lists as items.

So what we're asking is what's printed by the following statement.

So we create this list and we print out a list sub four colon.

So in order to figure that out,

and I'm going to first find index four,

so we have zero,

one, two, three, four.

So, index four contains

this empty list and because we don't have anything after the colon,

then we're saying we want everything from index four on

and so we can draw a kind of a line here and we know that

it's going to contain everything from this empty list to

3.14 to false and so I expect the answer would be A.