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Python Python Basics (2015) Python Data Types Age Calculation

Moe Myint Kyal Sin
Moe Myint Kyal Sin
Courses Plus Student 553 Points

How can I multiply?

This is the question : Great! Now we need to multiply the number years by the number of days in a year. We'll ignore leap years, so just multiply years by 365 and assign it to the variable days. And this is what I answer but I can not pass: https://teamtreehouse.com/library/python-basics/python-data-types/age-calculation

age = 15
years = 365
age *= 2002
years *= 365

1 Answer

Jessica Radliff
Jessica Radliff
1,313 Points

Hi Moe, you need to make your age variable say years. So for me it would be: years = 29 Then you need to make a variable days and set that to years * 365. So: days = years * 365 Enter those two lines of code and you'll be all set