 # Needing help with Learn Python: Functions

Hello all. I’m completely stuck with this one code and I do not know how to figure it out without using the “Solutions” button, which I do not want to do. Here is my current code:

Instructions

1.

The function `mult_two_add_three()` prints a number multiplied by `2` and added to `3` . As it is written right now, the `number` that it operates on is always `5` .

Call the function and see what it prints to the console.

Stuck? Get a hint

2.

Now, modify the function definition so that it has a parameter called `number` . Then delete the `number = 5` assignment on the first line of the function.

Pass the number `1` into your function call.

The function prints the value of: 5*2+3
You have to use the function:

``````mult_two_add_three() #prints  13
``````

Then you have to modify the function so that in the function definion: `def mult_two_add_three():`
You have to add number between the parentheses just simply.
Then you have to modify the function body so that you delete `number = 5` because number will be the parameter and you don’t have to set it as a variable
Then just put 1 between the parentheses when you call the function.

Hope this helps I’m still lost, sorry. I have a learning disability where I get confused easily.