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JavaScript JavaScript Basics (Retired) Working With Numbers Doing Math

reate one last variable name profitPerUnit. In that variable store the amount of profit you made for each unit. You can

var wholesalePrice = 5.45;
var retailPrice = 9.99;
var quantity = 47;
var salesTotal = 9.99 * 47;
var profit= (9.99-5.45) * 47;
var profitPerUnit= (9.99-5.45) * 47 / var 47 ;
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1 Answer

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
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You won't need to add any more literal numbers for this challenge. All the calculations should be performed on variables provided or established in earlier steps.

And the keyword "var" is only used to create a new variable and not used inside an expression.