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Noor Hafiza Binti Ibrahim11,616 Points
Bummer: Uh oh, I didn't get the correct value returned. It should have been 50. Instead, it was 150
Your function will need to complete the math operation and return the result. example: mathy('divide', 15, 5) return 3
# enter your code below def mathy(a, b, c): add = b + c return add
Chris FreemanTreehouse Moderator 67,665 Points
Hey Noor Hafiza Binti Ibrahim, the first parameter receives a string argument that is the name of a math operator. The function returns the result of this operator used between
if/elif/else statement works well here to match the operator string. The body of each code block could simply be returning the result of the math operation being applied. For example
if a == “divide”: return b / c elif .... ```Python Post back if you need more help. Good luck!!!