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JavaScript JavaScript Basics (Retired) Working With Numbers Using Math Methods

how do you math round a variable

everything I've tried according to the instructions doesn't work.

var  temperature = 37.5 Math.round();
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2 Answers

Eduardo Valencia
Eduardo Valencia
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Hi. You have to put 37.5 inside of the Math.round() parentheses, like this: Math.round(37.5). This is because the method needs to know what number you want to round. To do that, you have to put the number inside of the parentheses.

I tried that? it still thinks i'm using the alert command