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The purchases made by a customer in a year are stored in a list. You are required to count the number of purchases that exceeds $100.

Rearrange the code in the correct sequence to form a function that receives a list of numbers representing the purchase amount per month and counts the number of times
that the purchase amount is 100 or more. The total number of times is returned by the function.

Python
1 def num_purchase(monthly_amounts):
2 count = 0
3 if amount >=100
4 return count


What I have tried:

I tried this, but it seems wrong 1-3-2-4.
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Updated 6-May-22 9:16am
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Every rearrangement of such a code is doomed to fail, because the sequence is incomplete.
You are going to rearrange and complete it, in order to obtain a working function.
   
Think about how you can inspect every item in a list: 5. Data Structures — Python 3.10.4 documentation[^].
   

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