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Formula not coming out to work for me
When asked to use .cake as the context and change the margin on .filling from pixels to percentages, I am not able to get the correct answer. I divided the 10px margin by the .cake (640px) container width. Please tell me what I am doing wrong. I got the first question in this series correct. Thanks!
Can you post the entire question along with the code? It would make it a lot easier to help you.
Dave McFarlandTreehouse Teacher
The formula to figure this out is target/context * 100 = result %. To determine margin size, you start with the pixel width of your target margin: In this case it's
10px; then you divide that by the container's width (here the container is the
.cake element and it's width is
640px; finally, you multiple that result by 100 to get a percentage value:
(10/640) * 100 = 1.5625%