# Instructions In mapped.py complete the mapped Function For input1 and input2 you will be given lists For

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## Question:

Instructions

- In mapped.py complete the mapped Function
- For input1 and input2 you will be given lists
- For input1 use the map function to figure out how many even numbers there are
- For input2 use the map function to figure out how many odd numbers there are
- For input3 and input4 you will be given dictionaries
- For input3 use the map function to figure out which keys have even values
- For input4 use the map function to figure out which keys have odd values
- Return the output of each map input
- You must use the map function for each input (4 times)
- Order of inputs and inputs values MUST be preserved

Example

input: [1,8,10], [9,3,4], {'A':1, 'B':2, 'C':3}, {'A':4, 'B':2, 'C':3}

output: ([0, 1, 1], [1, 1, 0], [None, 'B', None], [None, None, 'C'])

Explanation:

# [1,8,10] -> 8 and 10 are even so they get changed to 1

# [9,3,4] -> 9 and 3 are odd so they get changed to 1

# {'A':1, 'B':2, 'C':3} -> 'B' is the only key with an even value so it's the only one that remains unchanged

# {'A':4, 'B':2, 'C':3} -> 'C' is the only key with an odd value so it's the only one that remains unchanged

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