 # Timedelta Minute Challenge

Hi there,

I'm struggling with my code and I'm not sure what i'm doing incorrectly. The error message just says "Bummer: Try Again!" so I'm not sure what exactly is going wrong.

Any help would be appreciated!

Thanks Kay

minutes.py
```import datetime

def minutes(dt1, dt2):
dt1_seconds = dt1.timedelta.total_seconds()
dt2_seconds = dt2.timedelta.total_seconds()
return round(dt2_seconds - dt1_seconds/60)
``` Hi all,

I looked through some other examples and I found that Steven Parker's commentary at the below link helped: https://teamtreehouse.com/community/i-need-help-with-the-timedelta-minute-challenge

the correct code looked like the below:

```def minutes (dt1, dt2):
difference = dt2 - dt1
return round(difference.total_seconds()/60)
```

I was getting confused and trying to extract a timedelta from both datetimes. A timedelta is the DIFFERENCE between two datetimes, so while the datetimes didn't have a total_seconds attribute, the variable "difference" did

Hope this helps others! Hi all,

I looked through some other examples and I found that Steven Parker's commentary at the below link helped: https://teamtreehouse.com/community/i-need-help-with-the-timedelta-minute-challenge

the correct code looked like the below:

```def minutes (dt1, dt2):
difference = dt2 - dt1
return round(difference.total_seconds()/60)
```

I was getting confused and trying to extract a timedelta from both datetimes. A timedelta is the DIFFERENCE between two datetimes, so while the datetimes didn't have a total_seconds attribute, the variable "difference" did

Hope this helps others!