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# I don't understand why this is incorrect?

<?php

//Place your code below this comment \$integerOne = 1; \$integerTwo = 2; \$floatOne = 1.5; \$integerOne = \$integerOne + 5; \$integerTwo = \$integerTwo - 1; var_dump (\$integerOne); var_dump (\$integerTwo); \$sum = \$integerOne * \$floatOne; var_dump (\$sum); echo "\$sum"; ?>

index.php
```<?php

//Place your code below this comment
\$integerOne = 1;
\$integerTwo = 2;
\$floatOne = 1.5;
\$integerOne = \$integerOne + 5;
\$integerTwo = \$integerTwo - 1;
var_dump (\$integerOne);
var_dump (\$integerTwo);
\$sum = \$integerOne * \$floatOne;
var_dump (\$sum);
echo "\$sum";
?>
```

Hi there! The challenge is expecting you display exactly one number, but you are also using a series of `var_dump` which is displaying those values as well along with other information about the variables.
Erasing all the lines with the `var_dump` causes your code to pass the final step. Hope this helps!