# Step 5.3 step 11

i am stuck on this problem. I have been working on it for a day now. My inputs seem logical to me. I have several failed attempts. My last answers are
def caculate_diameter
circumference/pi
int
circumference

I will try to be cryptic but still clear as mud.
Think of what the function is “getting”.
When it is finished, what was the last return?
“What” went where?

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I’m stuck on this problem as well. Why did you put “radius” underneat “circumference/pi”? I thought since it asked to return diameter, that’s what I’ve been putting
return=diameter
the next one I’ve been putting float because I thought an integer can’t be a decimal, and I figured this type of number might be a decimal

1. They were trying to figure out the code still and added extras.
2. when you divide you get a number with remainders. As for the input-
Designating your input as a float will allow the inputted number (circumference) to have a decimal and not a string.
Designating your input as a integer will allow the inputted number to be base 10 and not a string.