# Project Sal's shipping type errors

def ground_ship(weight):
if weight > 10:
heavy = weight * 4.75 + 20.00
return print("Your price is " + str(heavy) + “.") elif weight >= 6: medium_heavy = weight * 4.00 + 20.00 return print("Your price is " + str(medium_heavy) + "0.”)
elif weight > 2:
light_medium = weight * 3.00 + 20.00
return print("Your price is " + str(light_medium) + “0\$.”)
elif weight <= 2:
light = weight * 1.50 + 20.00
return print("Your price is " + str(light) + “0\$.”)

def drone_ship(weight):
if weight > 10:
heavy = weight * 14.25
return print("Your price is " + str(heavy) + “.") elif weight >= 6: medium_heavy = weight * 12.00 return print("Your price is " + str(medium_heavy) + "0.”)
elif weight > 2:
light_medium = weight * 9.00
return print("Your price is " + str(light_medium) + “0\$.”)
elif weight <= 2:
light = weight * 4.50
return print("Your price is " + str(light) + “0\$.”)

def price_check(weight):
drone = drone_ship
ground = ground_ship
if drone < ground and drone < premium:
return “Drone delivery is your best option” + str(drone_ship)
elif ground < drone and ground < premium:
return “Ground delivery is your best option” + str(ground_ship)

print(price_check(4.8))

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Cant seem on how to fix those as after doing some rewrites and couldnt figure out a solution even with the videos help. my goal is not to copy the video exactly since it feels like cheating but my skills are very limited since im still quite new so any nudges in the right direction would be great.

Formatting your code using the </> button makes it more readable for anyone trying to help out. Please do so. Posting the error you got would also help to identify what the problem is.

Since you mentioned you got a `TypeError`, it likely has something to do with using an invalid function on a certain data type. You can find more on that here.

Welcome to the forums!

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So in the future if i have a problem you want to isolate them in the <> as in like <Line 4 return ground_delivery> and thank you for the link !

Sorry, the part about </> may have been a bit confusing. This should clarify things.

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