Class 11 CS Chapter 12 Ex 12.1 Solutions Sumita Arora New Syllabus / Listing11CSSA, Uncategorized / By Neha 11. What does a + b amount to if a is a tuple and b = 5 ? ...click here for answer 1. Why are tuples called immutable types ? ...click here for answer 2. What are mutable counterparts of tuples ? ...click here for answer 3. What are different ways of creating tuples ? ...click here for answer 4. What values can we have in a tuple ? Do they all have to be the same type* ? ...click here for answer 5. How are individual elements of tuples accessed ? ...click here for answer 6 . How do you create the following tuples ? ...click here for answer 8. Can you change an element of a sequence ? What if the sequence is a dictionary ? What if the sequence is a tuple ? ...click here for answer 9. What does a + b amount to if a and b are tuples ? ...click here for answer 10. What does a * b amount to if a and b are tuples ? ...click here for answer 12. Is a string the same as a tuple of characters ? ...click here for answer 13. Can you have an integer, a string, a tuple of integers and a tuple of strings in a tuple ? ...click here for answer