In this example, a root number and the number which indicates how many numbers of times that root number should get multiplied have been passed into a function which will then return a list of multiplied numbers of that original number. For example, if we pass in 3 and 5 to this method multiples(3, 5), we will receive a list of multiplied numbers: [5, 10, 15].

def multiples(m, n): arr = [] for number in range(1, m+1): arr.append(n * number) return arr

As you can see, the m parameter has been used in the range method to create the multiplied numbers list.

Your Homework :

Create a method which will only return the multiplied numbers that are not larger than the power of m for the given n number. Provide your answer in the tweet below.

Create a method which will only return the multiplied numbers that are not larger than the power of m for the given n number. Given multiples(m, n) #Python Provide answer below this tweet!

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