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var questions = [ ['what is 4+8?', 12], ['what is 4-1?', 3], ['what is 1+1?', 2] ];

var correctAnswer = 0; var question; var answer; var response; var html;

function print(message) { document.write(message); }

for (var i = 0; i<questions.length; i+=1) { question = questions[i]; answer = questions[i]; response = parseInt(prompt(questions)); response = parseInt(response); }

the questions show up all together. I can't find error inside code. ```response = parseInt(prompt(questions))
```

You're sending the questions array to the prompt function, so it'll print them all.

That's at a glance, and since the code wasn't wrapped in markdown it's hard to read, but that's my best guess.

Hope that helps!

Btw, it's much faster to just wrap each number in a set of quotes so that they're strings instead of numbers because parsing the integer from each question is a slower process than comparing strings. And, without parsing for an integer, you can add questions that don't exclusively involve numbers, as well.

```var questions = [
['what is 4+8?', '12'],
['what is 4-1?', '3'],
['what is 1+1?', '2'],
['Can we now add varying questions to this quiz?', 'yes']
];

var question;