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Hi. if i am typing x= 5000 and y = 0.2, when i type it in (x)*(y) the programme is saying they cant multiply strings . how do I write it in such a way where it actually can multiply 5000*0.2. Problem 1 of task 1
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Papufu Group Title
Hi. if i am typing x= 5000 and y = 0.2, when i type it in (x)*(y) the programme is saying they cant multiply strings . how do I write it in such a way where it actually can multiply 5000*0.2. Problem 1 of task 1
 2 years ago
 2 years ago

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declare it as int or float?
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x = float(x) ?
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what language?
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you can try it
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ok thank you! that part is done but now im stuck at the next....
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after i get the calculations for this. I want it to appear as . Minimum payment : calculated value. How do i do this part?
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print("Minimum payment:",x)?
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:D :D ;D thank you!!!!!!!!!
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