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Michelle Cabling124 Points
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?
years = 39 days = 'years' x 365
Keenan Johnson13,841 Points
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
jason chan31,008 Points
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.