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When you go out to eat, you always tip 20% of the bill amount. But who’s got the time to calculate the right tip amount every time? Not you that’s for sure! You’re making a program to calculate tips and save some time. Your program needs to take the bill amount as input and output the tip as a float. Sample Input 50 Sample Output 10.0

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I commented out all the lines to remove: bill = int(input()) #bill = 125 bill = bill*20 bill_2 = int(bill)/100 print(float(bill_2)) # You can remove int() and float() #real_bill = int(input()) #real_bill = 268 #real_bill = real_bill*25 #another_bill = int(real_bill)/125 #print(float(another_bill)) We are supposed to use the input(), do not hard-code the values!

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@Lisa can you pls write out the correct result cause I'm really confused here.

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Ben Rogers you're a genius, thank you.

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bill = int(input()) bill = 125 bill = bill*20 bill_2 = int(bill)/100 print(float(bill_2)) real_bill = int(input()) real_bill = 268 real_bill = real_bill*25 another_bill = int(real_bill)/125 print(float(another_bill)) This is my code and the result is correct but I think there must be mistake somewhere.

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bill = float(input()) bill*= 0.2 print(bill)

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simply print(bill*20/100)

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This seems much more complicated than it needs to be for the test

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bill = float(input()) print (float(bill/5)) This code will work for the test, just needs to be a simple divide by 5 as this will give you 20%