Can someone give a little insight. I am looking at this thinking logically different that it comes out. The def is asking for three things, now I am logically trying to look at this and get out of it more than what is there.

Item1 > Item2

Item2 > Item1

Item1 = Item2

With these I am looking to see how two are logic modifiers for a single item1 as the def asks for.

****** Question asked

Create a function named `more_frequent_item`

that has three parameters named `lst`

, `item1`

, and `item2`

.

Return either `item1`

or `item2`

depending on which item appears more often in `lst`

.

If the two items appear the same number of times, return `item1`

.

```
#Write your function here
def more_frequent_item(lst, item1, item2):
if lst.count(item2) >= lst.count(item1):
return item2
else:
return item1
#Uncomment the line below when your function is done
print(more_frequent_item([2, 3, 3, 2, 3, 2, 3, 2, 3], 2, 3))
```