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Python Python Basics (2015) Python Data Types Age Calculation

I was doing ok until I got lost here. Please help

I'm trying to apply number of days to years

years = int(47)
years = 365 * 47

1 Answer

Hey David! The value your getting is correct, but it actually wants you to multiply with the variable 'years' and assign it to a variable called 'days', so do:

days = years * 365

Hope this helps!