Anmol Gulati10,957 Points
Create a function named square. It should define a single parameter named number. In the body of the function, return
def square(number) return number*2 number = 5 square=number*number print (square)
Steven Parker170,459 Points
The value being returned here is the number times 2 instead of the number squared. The exponent operator has two asterisks ("
**"), or you can multiply the number by itself as you did later. And to be considered part of the function, the "return" statement must be indented.
Also, you don't need any of that code following the function for the challenge.