The syntax is range(x, y, h), where x is the starting integer (inclusive), y is the last integer (not inclusive), and h is the difference between a number and the next one in the sequence.

x is correct y is the last integer that is not inclusive h is the difference in the sequence of numbers

Hmm, okay, I’m starting to understand. x being 3 is right because that’s where we want to start. We want to end at 1 with 1 step in between? So it would be range(3, 1, 1)? Or am I missing something?