I'm stuck on the numbers exercise?

Im totally lost! can some one show me an example or the answer so I can figure it out and try and work it back ? Also the provided link if sending back a 404

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HERE IS THE QUESTION (
A recent movie-going experience has you excited to publish a review. You rush out of the cinema and hastily begin programming to create your movie-review website: The Big Screen’s Greatest Scenes Decided By A Machine .

Create the following variables and assign integer numbers to them: release_year and runtime .# Define the release and runtime integer variables below: )

This is all I have for an awnser because i have no idea what I’m doing :smile:

an_int = 2019 # year
an_int = 60.5 # time ?

release_year = 2019
runtime = 60.5 ?

Define the rating_out_of_10 float variable below:

An integer , or int , is a whole number. It has no decimal point and contains all counting numbers (1, 2, 3, …) as well as their negative counterparts and the number 0.

release_year = 2019
runtime = 60

So i came up with this before i saw your reply. thank you for the guidance. i think i was over thinking things.

runtime = 60
release = 2019
release_year = 2019
runtime_int = 60

We all tend to do that, so don’t feel alone. Typically, instructions are very literal, and there is enough information if we don’t try to read anything into it. Much as we are tempted to, we cannot jump ahead in these lessons and exercises.

Create only the variables asked for, and nothing more. For the second step use any number with a decimal in it. Eg. 70.5.

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I have a good print out, but lesson will not let me go to the next lesson, so I’m thinking I don’t have good code. Here is my code:

Define the release and runtime integer variables below:

release_year = 2019
runtime = 2
print(“Release Year: 2019”)
print(“Runtime: 2 hours”)

Define the rating_out_of_10 float variable below:

float = (“Rating out of 10.0:” + " "“8.5”)
print(float)

Is this correct?

Define the release and runtime integer variables below:

release_year = 2019
runtime = 120

Define the rating_out_of_10 float variable below:

rating_out_of_10 = 8.5

As I see it posted there is no way of knowing. What does the output look like?

Release Year: 2019
Runtime: 2 hours
Rating out of 10.0: 8.5

I figured it out. My web browser was blocking some content. This code is correct:

Define the release and runtime integer variables below:

release_year = 2019
runtime = 60

Define the rating_out_of_10 float variable below:

rating_out_of_10 = 8.5