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# Create a New Float Variable named \$floatOne with a value of 1.5. Without changing the value of \$integerOne or \$floatOne,

i can do this but error may be occur

index.php
```<?php

//Place your code below this comment
\$integerOne = 1;
\$integerTwo = 2;
\$integerOne = \$integerOne + 5;
\$integerTwo = \$integerTwo - 1;
\$floatOne = 1.5;
\$integerOne = 6;
var_dump(\$integerOne * \$floatOne);
?>
``` Hi M aqeel,

You might want to try this. Explained in the comments in the file hope this helps you.

```<?php

//Place your code below this comment
// the variables from task one
\$integerOne = 1;
\$integerTwo = 2;
// add 5 to the current value of \$integerOne
\$integerOne += 5;
// substract 1 from the current value of \$integerTwo
\$integerTwo -= 1;
// set the \$floatOne variable to 1.5
\$floatOne = 1.5;
/*make a new variable called \$result
set that one to
\$integerOne * \$floatOne
*/
\$result = \$integerOne * \$floatOne;
//Than echo out the result
echo "\$result";
echo "<br />";
var_dump(\$integerOne);
echo "<br />";
var_dump(\$integerTwo);
?>
``` All you need is this

```<?php

//Place your code below this comment
\$integerOne = 1;
\$integerTwo = 2;
\$integerOne += 5;
\$integerTwo -= 1;
\$floatOne = 1.5;

echo \$integerOne * \$floatOne;
```