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Hey everyone,
Am I doing something stupid? I cant get past rentalCarCost. I have defined the function with two different bodies and neither were accepted. The function was defined as follows:
def rentalCarCost(days):
if days > 7:
cost = (days*40) - 50
elif days > 3:
cost = (days*40) - 20
else:
cost = days * 40
return cost
AND
def rentalCarCost(days):
cost = days * 346
if days > 7:
cost -= 50
elif days > 3:
cost -= 20
return cost
Neither of these are accepted by codecademy but according to Idle both function correctly.

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Codecademy says:
Oops, try again.
If you rent the car for 3 days you get the discount. Same goes for 7 days.
and the hint just says use an elif.
How did you get past this?
Regards

- andrew.m.higgs

Sorry guys. My bad.
Needed >=. :-)
SORTED

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