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You have a mistake in variable "minutesInSecond = 60 "
just grammatical mistake
Kevin Gates14,853 Points
Ah, found the quiz. Okay, so they're asking how do you declare the variables.
function secondsWorked(hours); ____ totalTime; ____ minutesInHour = 60; ____ minutesInSecond = 60; totalTime = hours * minutesInHour * minutesInSecond; } console.log( secondsWorked(40) );
So you were learning about let and const.
So you need to think:
- Will "totalTime" ever change? If so, is that Let or Const?
- Will "minutesInHour " ever change? If so, is that Let or Const?
- Will "minutesInSecond " ever change? If so, is that Let or Const?
I just took the quiz and it works as expected.