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Lamarr Powell1,450 Points
Create one last variable name profitPerUnit. In that variable store the amount of profit you made for each unit. You can
var wholesalePrice = 5.45; var retailPrice = 9.99; var quantity = 47; var salesTotal = 9.99 * quantity; var profit = salesTotal - wholesalePrice * quantity; var total = profit / salesTotal;
Steven Parker228,095 Points
The instructions say "Create one last variable name
profitPerUnit. In that variable store the amount of profit you made for each unit. You can calculate this by dividing the
profit by the
- this task is very much like what you did for "total"
- instead of "total", this time the variable will be named "profitPerUnit"
- instead of dividing
salesTotal, this time you will be dividing the
Also, you should not replicate any of the number values. So while it may have passed, the assignment of "salesTotal" in task 1 should look like this:
var salesTotal = retailPrice * quantity;