Luis Barahona903 Points
Under the function definition, call your new function and pass it the argument 3.
Help! I'm stuck!
def square(number, result): return 3 * 3
Alex KoumparosPython Web Development Techdegree Student 33,847 Points
The instructions tell you that your function should have only a single parameter:
number. Your code has two inputs:
Thus, your function signature should take
number as an input.
In the body of your function you should compute the square of number and return it. Your function is hard-coded to use
3 but should square the variable
After the function is declared, you should call your function, passing
3 as the input and assigning the result to the variable
Hope that helps