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# This is my code whats wrong?

This is my code whats wrong?

index.php
```<?php

//Place your code below this comment
\$integerOne = 1;
\$integerTwo = 2;
\$integerOne + 5;
\$integerTwo - 1;
?>
```

Hi Gary,

For this task, you have to write the value to the variable. The correct way to do this is as follows:

```\$integerOne = 1;
\$integerTwo = 2;

\$integerOne += 5;
\$integerTwo -= 1;
```

You would use '+' and '-' in a situation like this, for example:

```\$integerOne = 2;
\$integerTwo = 4;

echo \$integerOne + \$integerTwo;
```

Good luck. :)

You aren't changing the values of \$integerOne and \$integerTwo. To change them, you need to say that they are equal to themselves, followed by the addition and subtraction you have defined. Like this:

```          <?php

//Place your code below this comment

\$integerOne = 1;
\$integerTwo = 2;