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JavaScript JavaScript Foundations Numbers The Math Object

Gianni Zamora
Gianni Zamora
9,547 Points

Help!!

I don't know why but I put the exact code into wwebschools and it worked (i replaced diameter with 5.75 in webschools). It says to find the circumference and put it into var circumference so wouldn't you think that the code will work?, Thank you

var diameter = 5.75,
          a = 17,
          b = 42,
          c = 1337,
          ageIfILiveToYear2100 = (new Date(2100, 0, 1) - new Date(1995, 5, 16, 7, 20)) / (1000 * 60 * 60 * 24 * 365.242);
      var circumference = (Math.Pi * diameter);
Shawn Flanigan
Shawn Flanigan
Courses Plus Student 15,803 Points

You'll just need to capitalize both P and I in Pi for this to work. Math.Pi is undefined, but Math.PI will give you a value of 3.141...

2 Answers

Shawn Flanigan
PLUS
Shawn Flanigan
Courses Plus Student 15,803 Points

You'll just need to capitalize both P and I in Pi for this to work. Math.Pi is undefined, but Math.PI will give you a value of 3.141...