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# this is rather annoying. Ic ant move on wihtout solving this task correctly..even if i rerun the lessons, still not gett

there should a way to know the answer and to move along ...where is it?

age.py
```years = 39
days = 'years' x 365
```

Hi Michelle,

It looks like you're trying to multiply the number of years by 365 days to get the total number of days.

This is how you would do it:

```years = 39
days = years * 365
```

The multiplication operator in Python is * instead of x. You also don't want to include the single quotes around the years variable as that is actually indicating that it's a string instead of a variable that has an assigned value. Hope this helps!

Some additional documentation on Math operators in Python: https://www.tutorialspoint.com/python/python_basic_operators.htm

Okay,

First things first we are going try to break this down

Pretend variables are stored values that you can manipulate.

```# how old are you in years
years = 1
#how many days are there in a year
days = years * 365
#how many days are in a week?
weeks = days / 7
```

Concepts to review are defining variables and math operators.