Pritam Pal1,203 Points
Under the function definition, call your new function and pass it the argument 3.
def square(number): return number**2 v=(square)
KRIS NIKOLAISENPro Student 44,798 Points
To call a function you use the name of the function with the argument in parentheses. To assign the result to a variable you place the variable on the left side followed by the assignment operator then the function. In this case:
result = square(3)
Richard Thomas3,028 Points
when did we use ** in the last two video's? Why do the tasks never cover whats on the video. They always lack information.