Complete the two functions below:

`calculate_score`

takes a list of dice roll`scores`

and returns the total score only taking into account scores of`>= MIN_SCORE`

. If scores contains invalid data (`!= DICE_VALUES`

) raise a`ValueError`

.`get_winner`

uses this`calculate_score`

helper to calculate the winning player from a list of`Player namedtuples`

. However if the players passed in are not having the same number of scores (e.g. all have 4 scores) you should raise a`ValueError`

too.See the

`docstring`

s and`pytest`

code for more info. Keep calm and code in Python, happy Cyber Monday!

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