For anyone in the future looking for an answer, I would like to give a much clearer answer to the question.

```
# for making a tuple
my_tuple = (89, 32)
my_tuple_with_more_values = (1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6)
# to concatenate tuples
another_tuple = my_tuple + my_tuple_with_more_values
print(another_tuple)
# (89, 32, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6)
# getting a value from a tuple is similar to a list
first_val = my_tuple[0]
second_val = my_tuple[1]
# if you have a function called my_tuple_fun that returns a tuple,
# you might want to do this
my_tuple_fun()[0]
my_tuple_fun()[1]
# or this
v1, v2 = my_tuple_fun()
```

Hope this clears things up further for those that need it.