It's Okay to be Average


#1

Hello I need help with this I keep on getting the error: average([3, 0]) resulted in an error: float() argument must be a string or a number.
This is my code:
def average(numbers):
total=sum(numbers),
total=float(total),
total=float(total) / len(numbers),
return total


#2

1) Your code isn't valid syntax - make sure it's entirely intact in your post if others are to look at it
2) What are your thoughts on that error message? Agree/disagree with it? See where it is? Would you argue that you are using it like it says you should? (What stops you from addressing it, what are you missing?)


#3

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