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jessie hochinyavong2,541 Points
Great now that you have created your new square method, let's put it to use. Under the function definition, call your
def square (number): return number * number result = result square = and_pass_it_3 print (result)
Just to modify your code a bit...
def square (number): return number * number result = square(3)
On the last line we create a new variable 'result' and store the value from the function call 'square(3)'.
Hope this helps!