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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 = square ('3') print(result)
This is the error message that pops up when you try to submit.
Bummer: TypeError: can't multiply sequence by non-int of type 'str'👈 Your solution lies here
The error points that you are trying to multiply an
int with a
def square (number): return number * number result = square ('3') 👈 #this is a string type, try inputting an int print(result)