## F3. Palindrome

**Problem:** Palindrome

**Given:** A sequence *S*

**Question:** A function that returns `True`

if and only if
*S* is a *palindrome*: i.e., is the same sequence when
reversed.

For example:

- [1,2,3,3,2,1] is a palindrome.
- ['a','b','b','b'] is not a palindrome.
- [1,'2',2,'1'] is not a palindrome.

**Hint:** This is trickier than it looks if you try to do it
the obvious way. You'll need to study the Python built-in
function `reversed()`

carefully and do some experimentation.

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