Card Games bug in Python

Is it me does this exercise have a bug on the 5. Alternate Averages wherein the index of the input list is mixed up?

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Can you provide more details? Perhaps show an example list and explain where the bug is.

my code goes :
if (hand[-1] + hand[0])/2 == float(sum(hand))/len(hand):
return True
return False

the issue for one test is :
when I tried to print it the hand[0] which is the first index of the list, it takes the 2nd element of the list instead of the first.

Read the instructions a bit more closely:

She has thought of two ways of getting an average-like number

You have implemented one way.


I didn’t pay attention to it. thank you. finished it

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