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The finally step of the challenge is asking you to insert the correct temperature into the div.
The jquery line: $("#temperature") has selected anything with the id temperature, in this case it is a span element, inside a h1 element, inside the div element the challenge is referring to.
In order to add text inside a html element with Jquery you use the text() method which allows for you to pass a String argument as a parameter.
Since you have successfully referenced the correct element to add the temperature text to the challenge then explain to you about the properties Open Weather Map API can return. (it returns a main property which has a temp property.) This being exactly what you need to add to the text.
All you must do is then use dot notation after the element with the id temperature you selected $("#temperature") to use the text method Jquery has provided.
Dot notation simply means to add literally a . after the selected object and then the method you wish to use on it. in this case .text()
After successfully adding the notation simple pass in weatherReport.main.temp to the method text as its parameters and success!
A parameter is what is inside the parenthesis
Didn't want to just give you the answer but I hope this explained it enough for you to solve the challenge and understand most of what is going on!
If you need more help feel free to ask! I will try to explain as best as I can, and there are many more treehouse members that will be able to explain just as much if not more!
Excellent work, enjoy the studies!