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multiplying 2 arguments
where did i go wrong
def product(price, quantity): price = 10 quantity = 20 price * quantity return price * quantity
Chris FreemanTreehouse Moderator 67,995 Points
You have the correct idea! There is unnecessary code that is causing the failure.
return statement is not properly indented inside of the function.
Do not assign values to the parameters. This overwrites the values passed in by the challenge checker causing the value 200 to always be returned. Delete these two lines.
The line before the
return does nothing but compute a value then toss it way. Delete this line.
This should get it passing. Post back if you need more help. Good luck!!