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Multiply 25 times 3 and assign the result to a variable named product. Then divide 7 by 4 and assign the result to a var
Multiply 25 times 3 and assign the result to a variable named product. Then divide 7 by 4 and assign the result to a variable named quotient.
I am pretty confused on this, and I was just hoping someone could explain the answer. I went back in the video, but I did not get it. Thanks ya'll in advance!
Jeff MudayTreehouse Moderator 28,372 Points
If the Challenge confuses you, you should never hesitate to ask questions. The only thing that is a slight "gotcha" is that Ruby needs to have one floating-point number to indicate that the division's result is also floating-point.
They are looking for a two-line Ruby program--
product = 25 * 3 quotient = 7 / 4.0