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Harjan Anand780 Points
I'm can't trying to define a function to return a value. How would you create a function to return it's value?
def number(square): return square
Jonathan GrieveTreehouse Moderator 90,669 Points
You've almost got it. But you need to switch the function name and the name of the parameter you're passing in so it that it is named
square and receives a number
def square(number): return number
Once you've done that you should make sure you return the calculation that multiplies 1 number by the other.
def square(number): return number * number
When you make the function call, that is when you pass in the number value you use as an argument to the function. And that's what you take care of in the next part of the challenge.