While it’s giving me the proper output, it’s not passing the test. Suggestions?

``````// Write your function here:

const finalGrade = (averageNum) => {
const findAverage = (num1, num2, num3) => {
averageNum = (num1 + num2 + num3) / 3
}
if (averageNum >= .1 && averageNum <= 59) {
return "F";
} else if (averageNum >= 60 && averageNum <= 69) {
return "D";
} else if (averageNum >= 70 && averageNum <= 79) {
return "C";
} else if (averageNum >= 80 && averageNum <= 80) {
return "B";
} else if (averageNum >= 90 && averageNum <= 100) {
return "A";
} else if (averageNum === 0 || averageNum <= 101.1)
return "You have entered an invalid grade."
};

// Uncomment the line below when you're ready to try out your function
console.log(finalGrade(0, 0, 0)) // Should print 'A'

// We encourage you to add more function calls of your own to test your code!
``````

This function call:

``````finalGrade(99, 92, 100.5);
``````

will result in `"A"`. Is this correct?

If any of the grades passed in are less than 0 or greater than 100, the function should return ‘You have entered an invalid grade.’

Your function should take three arguments, it takes only one.

This comparison:

``````averageNum >= .1
``````

is messy, what if `averageNum` is `0.05`? Or `0.000005`?

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