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JavaScript

Julie Roadnight
Julie Roadnight
2,856 Points

Using Math Methods

Hello TreeHouse community I'm in the process of completing the Using Math Methods coding challenge as part of JavaScript Basics, and I'm stuck. Can someone please explain why this doesn't work please?

The question is; 'For this Code Challenge you need to use JavaScript's Math methods. Open an alert dialog and display the temperature variable rounded to the nearest integer.'

This is my code; 'var temperature = 37.5; altert(Math.round(temperature));'

I have an error message, saying my code is wrong. Any suggestions welcome. Thanks

2 Answers

Ben Schroeder
Ben Schroeder
22,818 Points

It looks like you spelled "alert" wrong.