I just checked out both of your submissions - make sure you read up on the
range() function. In Python,
range() creates a list of numbers based on the parameters provided. The first number will be what that list starts with, and the second number will be the first number not included in the list counting upwards. So, if you were to use
range(3, 9), this would compile a list of numbers
3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8.
Unfortunately, Stepik isn’t flexible enough for us to accept multiple solutions to the same problem, even if the behavior is the same, so be sure that you follow the directions as closely as possible. Sorry for any confusion!
I’ve just edited in the expected output for your code in 4.3 step 10, hopefully that will clear up any further questions.