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# I need help with the store manager question

function main() { var increase = parseInt(readLine(), 10); var prices = [98.99, 15.2, 20, 1026]; //your code goes here let newPrices = []; for (let i = 0; i < prices.length; i ++) { var n = prices[i] + increase; newPrices.push(n); console.log(newPrices); }; };

12/14/2020 5:45:34 PM

Augustine Ansah Owusu

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function main() { var increase = parseInt(readLine(), 10); var prices = [98.99, 15.2, 20, 1026]; //your code goes here var incPrice = prices.map(cur => cur + increase); console.log(incPrice); }

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function main() { var increase = parseInt(readLine(), 10); var prices = [98.99, 15.2, 20, 1026]; //your code goes here for (i=0; i<4; i++){ prices[i] = increase + prices[i]; } console.log(prices) }

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function main() { var increase = parseInt(readLine(), 10); var prices = [98.99, 15.2, 20, 1026]; //your code goes here i=0; for(;i<prices.length;) { prices[i] += increase; i++; } console.log(prices); } There you go.

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function main() { var increase = parseInt(readLine(), 10); var prices = [98.99, 15.2, 20, 1026]; //your code goes here prices[0] = prices[0] + increase ; prices[1] = prices[1] + increase ; prices[2] = prices[2] + increase ; prices[3] = prices[3] + increase ; console.log (prices); } basic but good

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function main() { var increase = parseInt(readLine(), 10); var prices = [98.99, 15.2, 20, 1026]; //your code goes here const result=[]; for (let i = 0; i < prices.length; i += 1) { result.push(prices[i] += increase) } console.log(result); }

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function main() { var increase = parseInt(readLine(), 10); var prices = [98.99, 15.2, 20, 1026]; //your code goes here var newPrices = prices.map(x => x + increase) console.log(newPrices) }

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//Sololearn expected output: [ 107.99, 24.2, 29, 1035 ] function main() { var increase = parseInt(readLine(), 10); var prices = [98.99, 15.2, 20, 1026]; //your code goes here function newPrizes(x) { return x + increase; } console.log(prices.map(newPrizes)); }

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Check this out : function main() { var increase = parseInt(readLine(), 10); var prices = [98.99, 15.2, 20, 1026]; prices.forEach((item, index, arr) => { arr[index] = item + increase }) console.log(prices) }

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You can use push method in array, check this out : function main() { var increase = parseInt(readLine(), 10); var prices = [98.99, 15.2, 20, 1026]; //your code goes here let result = []; for (let i = 0; i < prices.length; i++) { result.push(prices[i] + increase); } console.log (result); }

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Here is my solution : function main() { var increase = parseInt(readLine(), 10); var prices = [98.99, 15.2, 20, 1026]; //your code goes here var i = prices.length - 1; while(i >= 0){ prices[i] = prices[i] + increase; i--; } console.log(prices); }

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function main() { var increase = parseInt(readLine(), 10); var prices = [98.99, 15.2, 20, 1026]; //your code goes here var newPrices = []; for( i = 0; i < prices.length; i++){ newPrices.push(prices[i] + increase); } console.log(newPrices) }

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