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JavaScript JavaScript Numbers Working with Numbers Create a Program with Math

Nicolás Melgarejo
Nicolás Melgarejo
13,903 Points

My solution secondsAlive

const secsPerMin = 60;
const minsPerHour = 60;
const hoursPerDay = 24;
const daysPerWeek = 7;
const weekPerYear = 52;
const secondsPerDay = secsPerMin*minsPerHour*hoursPerDay;

console.log(`There are ${secondsPerDay} seconds in a day`) 

// Pequeño desafio: Calular la cantidad de segundos que hemos vivido
const yearsAlive = 35;
const secondsAlive = secondsPerDay*daysPerWeek*weekPerYear*yearsAlive
console.log(`I've been alive for more than ${secondsAlive}  seconds!`)

1 Answer

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
218,679 Points

Looks like you got it!   :+1:

Suggestion: while not always technically necessary, it's good practice to put a semicolon at the end of each statement.