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Stefan Vaziri17,453 Points
Have no idea how to do this
I think you use the for loop like how Kenneth did in the video and the attrgetter method but I don't know how to get  and  pair in the dimensions list to multiply.
from operator import attrgetter dimensions = [ (5, 5), (10, 10), (2.2, 2.3), (100, 100), (8, 70), ] def area(argument): dimensions_result = (dimensions, key_attrgetter(*)) return dimensions_list
Chris FreemanTreehouse Moderator 68,064 Points
There are two parts to this challenge. The first part does not involve the
Just a simple function:
def area(arg): return arg * arg