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Mona Jalal4,302 Points
passing tuple to method
I am not sure why the following doesn't work. Can you please assist?
dimensions = [ (5, 5), (10, 10), (2.2, 2.3), (100, 100), (8, 70), ]
def area(*a): return a * a
dimensions = [ (5, 5), (10, 10), (2.2, 2.3), (100, 100), (8, 70), ] def area(*a): return a * a
The instructions state that area() needs to take a single argument, a two-member tuple (ie: any one of the items in dimensions) The star symbol...
...is a multiplier. You are using it correctly in your return line. Have a look at your area()'s input. I bet you'll figure it out. If not, just let me know and I'll explain further.