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Ruby Ruby Basics Ruby Syntax Method Return Values

yahav rosner
yahav rosner
4,304 Points

can you help me?

it's hard

def three(first, second)
  return first + second

def five(first, second)
  return first + second

puts three(1, 2)
puts five(2, 3) 

1 Answer

Jay McGavren
Jay McGavren
Treehouse Teacher

The directions say "neither method should take any arguments". So your three method should look like this:

def three
  return 3

I'll leave it to you to create the five method.

Also, note that you don't need to call either method, just define them.