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# While iterating through the list, I don't get the value for the week number and my code prints out the list as well

travel_expenses = [ [5.00, 2.75, 22.00, 0.00, 0.00], [24.75, 5.50, 15.00, 22.00, 8.00], [2.75, 5.50, 0.00, 29.00, 5.00], ] print("travel_expenses: ")

week_number = 1

for week in travel_expenses:

week_number += 1

print("* Week #{}: \${}".format(week, sum(week)))

my output:

travel_expenses:

• Week #[5.0, 2.75, 22.0, 0.0, 0.0]: \$29.75
• Week #[24.75, 5.5, 15.0, 22.0, 8.0]: \$75.25
• Week #[2.75, 5.5, 0.0, 29.0, 5.0]: \$42.25

Please view the markdown sheet (located just below where you can type a response).

you do get the sum of for the week but it also returns the list of values for that week because you have put week when you meant to put week_number:

"print(("* Week #{}: \${}".format(week, sum(week)))" should turn into: print("Week #{}: \${}".format(week_number, sum(week))) That should output:

Week #1: <total cost>

Week #2: <total cost>

(There was also an extra open bracket at the start which isn't needed)

Hope this helps.