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C# C# Basics Methods Return Values

Here's our version of the Multiply function from before. Update Multiply to return the multiplied value instead of print


using System;

class Program

    static double Multiply(double firstParam, double secondParam)
        return firstParam * secondParam;

    static void Main(string[] args)
        Multiply(2.5, 2) + Multiply(6, 7);


3 Answers

The instructions ask you to add the values together and print the result. You aren't printing the result.

how di i do that

Yes. Console.WriteLine(Multiply(2.5, 2) + Multiply(6, 7));

ohhhh i get it now thank you sooo much

Use Console.WriteLine like in the original Multiply function

and i just add it together??