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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 None
Create a function called mathy. It will take 3 parameters, a string and two numbers. For example: 'divide', 15, 5
# enter your code below def mathy(a, b, c): if a == 'add': return b + c
a == 'add' is True, your function will work. If
a == 'add' is False, then your function returns the default value of None. You need to implement four string options, add, subtract, multiply, and divide, not just add.