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FAILURE

I had to trick the Challenge. The enviroment does not work properly

The example you gave isn't supposed to work. You've used number literals.

The instructions state that you can only use the 3 variables and the common numeric operators. You can't use any numbers.

Take a look at the comment in the script which explains it better.

What did you have to do to trick the challenge? I don't remember there being any problems.

What was it that you thought should have worked but didn't?

For example, if you write var ten = c * 2 + 2; it does not work. Only + and - operators did not show any problems. So in the las variable, i had to alter the value of variable C, and put c = 100; then write var onehundred...etc

Ok, i checked again and it worked well, thanks. But it seemed more like a math challenge that a code challenge...jajaja

Yes, I agree with you. It seemed to be more about math. So I think there was many possible answers here and some will get you to the target number quicker than others.

I think for 100 I had multiplied c * c * c to get me to 64 and figured out what else I needed to make 100.

Math and coding share something in common a way of solving problems called algorithms. I think what this code challenge is testing on is algorithmic thinking using arithmetic.

I did not see the challenge that way, but you are right. After all we are here to learn.