I'm stuck on Python maths


#1

count_to 45 + 55

print count_to

I don't really see what's wrong with this


#2

Hi @groundzero099 ,

You need to use the = operator to assign a value to count_to, for example ...

count_to = 45 + 55

#3

Same problem. I constantly get the "did you try to create a count_to variable"


#4

Could you tell me what the instructions were for this lesson?


#5

This is what I've done but it continues to say 'Did you create a variable called count_to?

What I've got is: print count_to = 45 + 55


#6

solution = clear 'print' and simply have count_to = 55 + 44


#8

I found the solution!

Set count_to equal to the sum of two big numbers

count_to = 72 + 23
count_to = 108 - 204
count_to = 108 * 0.5
count_to = 108 / 9
count_to


#9

Yup, I agree with delcat2.

What you have to type is:

count_to = 72 + 23
count_to = 108 - 204
count_to = 108 * 0.5
count_to = 108 / 9
print count_to

Good luck: hope you guys get it :relaxed:


#10

Thank you so much. I appreciate your assistance


#11

Same with me! No matter what I try, "did you try to create a count_to variable" comes up. If anyone has any ideas, please let me know!


#12

9 + 10=21 didnt u kno that!!!!111


#13

hello I had the same problem, but then sorted, please see my code if that helps:

count_to = 100+4
count_to = 100+3
count_to = 100+2
count_to = 100+1

print count_to

This way it works.


#14

count_to=44=55
print count_to


#15

you lied to me @appylpye


#16

Why? it shouldnt be only one set of numbers...


#17

sorry @appylpye you didnt lie to me hugs and kisses


#18

yes

you have to put count_to!


#19

Set count_to equal to the sum of two big numbers

addition = 72 + 23
subtraction = 108 - 204
multiplication = 108 * 0.5
division = 108 / 9

count_to = 45 + 95

print on the last line is the problem ( seriously wtf xD) i spent almost an hour trying all kinds of god awful stuff b4 i hit the forums...


#20

i wonder where come from 45 and 55?


#21

geesh, I could invent my own program and code before figuring this out haha