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Python Python Basics (Retired) Things That Count Things That Count

create a new variable named summary that adds the string version of days into "I am {} days old!".


age = 16
days = 16*52*7
Adam Oliver
Adam Oliver
8,214 Points

You need to create a variable named summary - then insert it using {} into the sentence in the example - along with .format()

Adam Oliver
Adam Oliver
8,214 Points

also you want to put the variable name 'age' x 52 x 7, instead of your actual age.

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summary = "I am {} days old!".format(days)