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Python Python Basics (2015) Python Data Types Age Calculation

Darren Taylor
Darren Taylor
1,052 Points

Hi, I'm trying to type this in the list below (weeks = 52 * 365 days / 7) but it's a syntac error. Please help me

Hi, I'm trying to type this in the list below (weeks = 52 * 365 days / 7) but it's a syntac error. Please help me

age.py
years = 36
days = 365 * 36
weeks = 52 * 365 days / 7

3 Answers

Justin Olson
Justin Olson
11,641 Points

You are close!

Basically, you don't need to repeat the numbers, just use the assigned variables.

years = 37
days = years * 365
weeks = days / 7

Hope this helps out!

Darren Taylor
Darren Taylor
1,052 Points

Thanks Justin, yes this has definitely taught me something. your assistance has been excellent, once again, thank you.

Hey guys, I did the exact same thing and I got syntax error in the challenge... How so?

Justin Olson
Justin Olson
11,641 Points

Show us your code and we can give it a look. :)

Thank you very much for the quick response!