Here i have a problem again,

```
def list_function(x):
x[1] = 3
x.append(x[1])
return x
n = [3, 5, 7]
print list_function(n)
```

please help, thanks

Jay

Here i have a problem again,

```
def list_function(x):
x[1] = 3
x.append(x[1])
return x
n = [3, 5, 7]
print list_function(n)
```

please help, thanks

Jay

assuming you are at this exercise:

okay, so this:

`x[1] = 3`

will set the item at index 1 to a value of 3, not increase. How do you increase?

here:

`x.append(x[1])`

you modify an item in a list, so i don't see a point in appending?