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# ProblemSet2

## Problem Set 2: Variables

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• index.js
index.js
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```//Refactor your coded from problem set one to use variables.  Create a variable for your first name and one for your last name.  Print them on separate lines and then try printing them on the same line.

let firstName = "Megan "

let lastName = "Ihm"

console.log(firstName)

console.log(lastName)

console.log(firstName + lastName)

//Assign the following values to variables.  Decide how best to name them and if they should be created with const or let.  There are a couple ways to think about each one.  Write a brief sentence about why you choose the variable name you did and why you chose const or let.

//The year 1776

const birthYearOfAmerica = 1776

console.log(birthYearOfAmerica)

//I choose the name birthYearOfAmerica because it provides detail to the exact year.  I made the variable using const because the year will never change.

//your age

const myBirthYear = 1980

let currentYear = 2019

console.log(currentYear - myBirthYear)

//I choose the name myBirthYear to represent the year I was born, and currentYear to represent the year that it is.  I made myBirthYear const because it will never change, and currentYear let because it will change.

//The Golden Ratio

const theGoldenRatio = 1.6180

console.log(theGoldenRatio)

//I choose the name theGoldenRatio because it specifically indicates this number.  I made the variable a const because it does not change.

//The name of your home country

let myHomeCountry = "United States of America"

console.log(myHomeCountry)

//I choose the name myHomeCountry to represent the country I consider home.  I made the variable let, because it can be subject to change.

//The total change due for a \$25.76 bill paid for with a \$50 bill.

const fiftyDollarBill = 50.00

let billDue = 25.76

console.log(fiftyDollarBill - billDue.toFixed(2))

//I choose fiftyDollarBill to represent \$50, and billDue as amount due.  I made fiftyDollarBill const because it will never change, and billDue let because it will change.```