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Python Basics code challenge

I've been trying to figure this out for a couple of days now, this is what I currently have but no matter what I do, all it says when I check my work is that task 1 is now incorrect- this is monumentally unhelpful.

I'm not really looking for anyone to give me the answer straight out, but a hint, a clue?

age = 35
days = ((35*52)*7)
decades = (35/10)
estimate = round(decades)
summary = ("I am {} days old! That's about {} decades!".format(days, str(estimate)) 

2 Answers

Hi Renee,

You have an extra left parenthesis at the beginning of your string for summary

It should be this:

summary = "I am {} days old! That's about {} decades!".format(days, str(estimate))

Uhg, I was so close. This always seems to happen- off by just a single character, it's maddening. Thanks!!