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# I did this problem earlier and it worked fine can someone check this.

I'm trying to revise my notes and now I can't get this to work. Can someone tell me what the problem is. Ty

arrays.c
float math_constants [2];
float math_constants[2] = {2.71828};

## 2 Answers

PLUS

Assign the number 2.71828 to index 0 of math_constants.

Hi, Hans, 3 problems here with the code.

1. no need to re-declare float type in line two; line 1 has done so already.
2. The challenge is asking for index of 0, not index of 2
3. don't surround the 2.71828 with {}.

The corrected version looks like this.

float math_constants [2];
math_constants[0] = 2.71828;

William Li I was thinking that, so tried that variation before also and again just now, and it didn;t work. I almost think there is something wrong with this problem. I solved it earlier and it looks easy enough to solve, but it keeps saying I'm wrong. Check out what I have to see if there is something I'm not seeing.

William Li Oh I see it now that its next to yours, I wrote float, and wasn't supposed to. I must be tired I'm making simple mistakes and not realizing it. Ok.

William Li Oh I see it now that its next to yours, I wrote float, and wasn't supposed to. I must be tired I'm making simple mistakes and not realizing it. Ok.

William Li Oh I see it now that its next to yours, I wrote float, and wasn't supposed to. I must be tired I'm making simple mistakes and not realizing it. Ok.