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 Given an integer use the correct arguments for the range(x,x,x) function to return a list of numbers (you can turn a range into a list by using list(range(x,x,x)) If the number is 0 <= num < 10 ``` 1) if the number is even, use the range function to return a list of all even integers from 0 up to and including the number 2) if the number is odd, use the range function to return a list of all odd integers from 1 up to and including the number ``` If the number is 10 or more, use the range function to return a list of all multiples of 5 from 0 up to and including the number If the number is less than 0, use the range function, that uses the number as its 3rd argument, to return a list that starts at 20 and does not contain any negative numbers.rightRange(5) → [1, 3, 5]rightRange(6) → [0, 2, 4, 6]rightRange(-4) → [20, 16, 12, 8, 4, 0]...Save, Compile, Run (ctrl-enter)def rightRange(num): Editor font size %:75100125150Shorter output

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