## Lists

A list contains an ordered collection of elements. To create a list, use a pair of square brackets. To create an empty list, leave the brackets empty. To create a list with elements, put values inside of the brackets. Examples:
```x = []
print(x)
# []

x = ["a", "b", "c"]
print(x)
# ["a", "b", "c"]
```
To add an element to the end of a list, use the `.append()` method:
```x = ["a", "b", "c"]
x.append("d")
print(x)
# ["a", "b", "c", "d"]
```
To remove a specific value from a list, use the `.remove()` method:
```x = ["a", "b", "c"]
x.remove("b")
print(x)
# ["a", "c"]
```
To remove an element at a specific position from a list, use the `del` keyword with the index of the element. Indexes start at 0:
```x = ["a", "b", "c"]
del x[0]
print(x)
# ["b", "c"]
```

### Exercise 1 of 10

Initialize an empty list called numbers.

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### Exercise 2 of 10

Initialize an empty list called words.

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### Exercise 3 of 10

Initialize a list called fruits that contains the values "apple", "pear", and "plum".

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### Exercise 4 of 10

Initialize a list called names that contains the values "Olivia", "Noah", and "Michael".

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### Exercise 5 of 10

Add the number 3 to the list.
```numbers = [1, 2]
```

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### Exercise 6 of 10

Add the value "c" to the list.
```letters = ["a", "b"]
```

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### Exercise 7 of 10

Remove the number 1.4 from the list.
```numbers = [1.1, 1.2, 1.3, 1.4, 1.5]
```

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### Exercise 8 of 10

Remove the word "chair" from the list.
```items = ["table", "chair", "counter", "stove"]
```

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### Exercise 9 of 10

Remove the first value from a list called numbers.

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### Exercise 10 of 10

Remove the fifth value from a list called places.

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