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JavaScript JavaScript Basics (Retired) Working With Numbers Using Math Methods

Use the math.round methods

var temperature = 37.5;//
var temperature = Math.floor(37.5);
var temperature = 37.5;
var temperature = Math.floor(37.5);
alert(temperature); //37.5
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2 Answers

Antonio De Rose
Antonio De Rose
20,884 Points
//you have to point to point to the question.

var temperature = 37.5;//
var temperature = Math.floor(37.5); //why is this line
var temperature = 37.5; // why is this line
var temperature = Math.floor(37.5); // why is this line
alert(temperature); //37.5 // why is this line

// please take all those lines, as those have not been asked from the question.
// simple 2 alert statements
// one using Math.round
// the other using Math.floor
// do not complicate

Just remove the unnecessary lines all initialize every variable only one time

var temperature = 37.5;//