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JavaScript JavaScript Numbers Working with Numbers Storing Numbers in Variables

jordan higgins
jordan higgins
1,997 Points

i cant seem to find the answer for this challenge

let myAge = "myage"
const myNum = 29;

1 Answer

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
229,005 Points

The instructions for task 1 say: "Create a variable named age and assign it your age."

The top line seems to be unrelated to the challenge and can be removed.

The 2nd line is close, but instead of "age", it creates a variable name "MyAge". Change the name to match the instructions and you can move on to task 2.