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iOS Objective-C Basics (Retired) Fundamentals of C Arrays

math_constants[2] was the answer it wanted, but that's wrong. That array would hold 3 numbers, not 2.

We just learned that the array starts at 0. This challenge asked to declare an array that holds two numbers. Those would be put in 0 and 1, right?

1 Answer

Hi Abbey,

That's correct. The indexes would be 0 and 1.

When you do float math_constants[2];, that 2 is the number of elements in your array and not the highest index you can access.