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Shadrach ThomasCourses Plus Student 8,915 Points
var width = '190px'; var numOfDivs = 10; var totalWidth = (parseInt('190px') * numofDivs;
Larry Coonrod5,041 Points
Jacob Mishkin23,117 Points
You are really close on this one.
A couple of things to think about. Using the parseInt method is correct, but it is it's own method so you do not need a "(" before you call the method. Second, the great thing about variables is that you can use them and do stuff with there values. so in this case, instead of using the string '190px' to parse, try parsing the variable width. You have the last part down you want it multiplied by the numOfDivs variable.