Functions | 18. Review Modules


#1



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I honestly don't know what I am doing wrong. The error message is: ' Did you remember to print the square root of 13689? '
I put it in sqrt(13689), so I really don't know why it says that.


from math import sqrt 
sqrt(13689) 
print sqrt


#2

here:

sqrt(13689)

you take the square root of 13689, but you don't do anything with the square root of 13689. Either save it in a variable and print this variable, or print it directly


#3

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