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###### Kavita Bargota

2,741 Points# please could someone help me with the last question ?

need help!

```
// Enter your code below
let firstValue: Int = 24
let secondValue: Int = 15
let product: Int = a * b
let output = "\(2) \(4) \(8)"
```

## 1 Answer

###### Marcus Klausen

17,425 PointsFirst you must declare a constant named product which should be the result for firstValue * secondValue right?

```
let product = firstValue * secondValue
```

Step 2: Using string interpolation, create a string literal that describes the operation we just performed. For example, given the following values for firstValue, secondValue and product respectively: 2, 4, 8. **The string should read: "The product of 2 times 4 is 8"**. Assign this string to a constant named output.

Alright, so you now you have the make a string literal which explains the math you just did (using string interpolation*) and assign it to a constant named output

string interpolation is

```
\(anyConstant)
// i.e.
\(firstValue)
```

inside a string literal - which is text inside quotes i.e. **let someString = "this is a string literal"**

so the answer would be as follows:

```
let output = "The product of \(firstValue) times \(secondValue) is \(product)"
```

Happy coding!

## Kavita Bargota

2,741 Points## Kavita Bargota

2,741 PointsHi Marcus,

thank you very much.

I only understood with your help, thanks :)