I was having the hardest time with this exercise until i changed ‘2’ to '2.0’

As far as i know python will give you a float if you divide using one slash, except when using two slashes, when it will round down, so why does adding .0 after the two makes a difference?

```
def median(get):
sort_list = sorted(get)
if len(get) % 2 == 0:
index1 = len(sort_list) / 2 - 1
index2 = len(sort_list) / 2
med = sort_list[index1] + sort_list[index2] / 2.0 #This two right here, used to be an int
return med
elif len(sort_list) % 2 != 0:
index = len(sort_list) // 2
return sort_list[index]
```