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Python Python Basics Functions and Looping Create a Function

how to make the argument more than 3 in function

def square(number):
    return number * number

result = square(5)

print("The square of 5 is {}".format(result))

1 Answer

You are doing good. But I don't understand your question. For task 2 pass 3 to your function and you're good.

def square(number):
    return number * number

result = square(3)

Under the function definition, call your new function and pass it the argument 3. Since your square function returns a value, create a new variable named result to store the value from the function call.

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