1.Given that worst_offenders has been defined as a list with at least 6 elements, write a statement that defines lesser_offenders to be a new list that contains all the elements from index 5 of worst_offenders and beyond. Do not modify worst_offenders . \n\nI tried this but it didn't work:\n\nlesser_offenders = worst_offenders[5:6]\n\n2.Given a variable temps that refers to a list, all of whose elements refer to values of type float , representing temperature data, compute the average temperature and assign it to a variable named avg_temp . Besides temps and avg_temp , you may use two other variables -\- k and total . \n\n\nI'm not sure about this one but this is what I have:\n\nfor k in range(len(temps)):\ntotal += temps[k]\n\navg_temp = total / len(temps)\n\n3.Associate the sum of the non-negative values in the list numbers with the variable sum . \n\nis it this:\n\nfor numbers in sum:\nif sum +=?\n\nI'm confused at #3 the most\n\ni'm not doing it in python 3.2.3 it's called Myprogramminglab.