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# Any help on displaying this function please?

displaying function

index.php
```<?php

//Place your code below this comment
\$integerOne = 1;
\$integerTwo = 2;
\$floatOne = 1.5;

var_dump(\$integerOne += 5);
var_dump(\$integerTwo -= 1);
var_dump(\$integerOne * \$floatOne);

echo ;

?>
```

Just check what you're displaying.

var_dump() displays really useful information. But it's a lot more than the challenge is asking.

On Task 2 you must just manipulate the values of the variables \$IntegerOne and \$IntegerTwo. You don't need var_dump() for that (unless you're curious to see what's happening, in that case, go for it, preview, then comment or delete, ).

On Task 3, you must display the product of \$IntegerOne and \$floatOne.

```<?php

// Task 1 - Create the variables and assign the values.
\$integerOne = 1;
\$integerTwo = 2;
\$floatOne = 1.5;

// Task 2 - Add 5 to \$integerOne. Subtract 1 from \$integerTwo.

\$integerOne += 5;
\$integerTwo -= 1;

// Task 3 - Multiply \$integerOne by \$floatOne and display the results.
echo \$integerOne*\$floatOne;

// You could even do something like this below. (completely unnecessary on this case, but just for you to know).

// \$product = \$integerOne * \$floatOne;
// echo \$product;

?>
```

Thank you for the help.