```
def DistanceFromZero(number):
if type(number) == int:
return abs(number)
elif type(number) == float:
return abs(number)
else:
return "Nope"
```

Help!!!!!!!!!!!!

```
def DistanceFromZero(number):
if type(number) == int:
return abs(number)
elif type(number) == float:
return abs(number)
else:
return "Nope"
```

Help!!!!!!!!!!!!

should be,

`def distance_from_zero(number):`

The rest of the code will work as expected.

is also valid and does pass the correctness test.

def distance_from_zero(arg):

if type(arg) is int or type(arg) is float:

return abs(arg)

else:

return "Nope"

both == and is worked for me at if part...

JUST INDENT EVERYTHING...