# How many squares for 6 people who want 6 quilts of 6x6 squares?

You are multiplying 6 by itself, a total of four times. It is expressed by (6 ** 4)

ally need help with this one. I can not move on as it is saying I do not have it correct - I’ve tired everything can someone please help

Only print what has been specified in the instructions. Nothing extra.

For Example,

``````# Instead of:
print("6*6 quilt has", 6**2, "squares")

# Change to:
print(6**2)
``````

thank you so much. A

``````<h1>Solution</h1>
print((6**2) * 36)
``````

We need total number of squares for all quilts and all people.
6 people * 6 quilts per each person * 6 squares length per quilt * 6 squares width per quilt
total number of squares = 666*6 = 6**4 = 1296

Thank you! The keyword I completely missed was “each”.

I think they were asking if there was a way to type it out all in one line of code?

I could be wrong

Hi, I did two options of code
-print((6**3)6)
-print((6
6*6)*6)

But to be honest I still do not understand; does anyone know webpages with problems to practice exponents in Python?

Thank you.

These are all the same, and yield the exact same results:

``````6 * 6 * 6 * 6
6 ** 2 * 6 ** 2
6 * 6 ** 3
6 ** 3 * 6
6 ** 4
``````

one quilt is 6x6= 36 (6^2)
6 people want 6 quilts =36 quilts = (6^2)

print(6^2 * 6^2) = 1296

(^) is suppose to be a double * (**) but it wont display when i write it

Thats how it played out in my head