It is about returns and functions and I can not seem to get it to work


#1

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i can’t get the newNumber to print correctly

```

var timesTwo = function(number) {
return number * 2;
};

// Call timesTwo here!
var newNumber = timeTwo(jeff)
{
console.log(newNumber);
};
timesTwo(8);
newNumber(8);

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#2

@tcoyne52

You should set newNumber variable to the function timeTwo with a number as parameter(jeff is not a variable or an object or a string!). Then, you need to log newNumber to the console.


#3

On this part of you code.

You just need to call your function timesTwo with a number parameter you want.
For example:

var newNumber = timesTwo(1)
console.log(newNumber);

No more no less. remove other lines on that part.