Question 5 Non Empty Python List Integers Called Rnumbers Following Piece Code Causes Smal Q28023025

QUESTION 5 There is a non-empty Python list of integers called rnumbers. The following piece of code causes the smallest value in list numbers to be stored in the variable answer best numbers [0] for index in range (1, len (numbers)) if numbers[index] < best: best = numbers [index] answer = best Which of the following options does exactly the same thing, that is, causes the smallest value in numbers to be stored in variable answer? best - numbers [0] for index in range (1, len (numbers)): if numbers [index] < numbers [best]: best- index answer - numbers [best] best = 0 for index in range (1, len (numbers)): if numbers[index] < numbers [best] bestindex answer = numbers [best] best = 0 for index in range (1, len (numbers)): if numbers[index] < numbers [best] answer-best best = 0 for index in range (1, len (numbers)): if numbers[index] < numbers [best: best numbers [index] answer - numbers [best]

QUESTION 5 There is a non-empty Python list of integers called rnumbers. The following piece of code causes the smallest value in list numbers to be stored in the variable answer best numbers [0] for index in range (1, len (numbers)) if numbers[index] Show transcribed image text QUESTION 5 There is a non-empty Python list of integers called rnumbers. The following piece of code causes the smallest value in list numbers to be stored in the variable answer best numbers [0] for index in range (1, len (numbers)) if numbers[index]

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