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Felicity DaltonPython Web Development Techdegree Student 217 Points
I know this is probably wildly wrong what I have written... I got back 'result not defined'. Please help...
def square(number): return (number * number) number = int(input(3)) result = (3 * 3) print(result)
Leo Yun Tao15,956 Points
here is the answer if you really have no idea how to do
def square(number): return number * number result = square(3)
Hello! you are very close! you need to return number * number. in the end u call the function with the argument 3 inside it and store the outcome in a variable called result