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Python Python Basics (Retired) Things That Count Things That Count

Hilda Nacua
Hilda Nacua
2,019 Points

Your days variable doesn't have the right value. task 2 of 3, python basics

I wonder what is wrong with this code.

days= int(age)*int(7)

1 Answer

Hi Hilda, it's becouse in the task you are asked to multiply your age by 7 (number of days per week) and by 52 (weeks in a year). It could look like this:

age = 52
days = age*52*7


Hilda Nacua
Hilda Nacua
2,019 Points

Thanks a lot for pointing this out...I should have read and understand the question well.