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Bummer: Got the wrong number of minutes. Expected 1507, got 1373.
I am not sure why the answer could be different or why a single answer is actually expected. The arguments for minutes function are not defined.
import datetime def minutes(t1, t2): td = t1 - t2 td_minutes = (td.seconds)/60 return round(td_minutes)
Steven Parker210,082 Points
You don't see the arguments, but the challenge supplies some when it calls your function and checks for the correct result.
The instructions mentioned using the "
.total_seconds()" method to get the complete delta, but this code has just "seconds". Also, the second date will be the later one, so the first one should be subtracted from it.