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# Variable-Examples ## No description

main.js
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```/* Example problems
*********************************/

// 1. Ask the user for their name, and then
// print "Hello, <name>" to the console,
// where <name> is the string they entered.

let name = window.prompt("What's your name?");
console.log("Hello, " + name);

// 2. Ask the user how old they are. After they enter
// the information, print out the year they were born.

// let age = window.prompt("How old are you?");
// let year = 2018;
// let born = year - age;

// console.log("You were born in " + born + " or " + (born - 1));

// 3. Calculate all of the powers of 2 from 2^2 to 2^8.
// console.log(2 ** 2);
// console.log(2 ** 3);
// console.log(2 ** 4);
// console.log(2 ** 5);
// console.log(2 ** 6);
// console.log(2 ** 7);
// console.log(2 ** 8);

// 4. You can calculate the volume of a cube by raising
// the length of a side of a cube to the power of 3.
// Ask the user for the length of one
// side of a cube and then print out the volume.

// let side = window.prompt("What is the length of one side of your cube?");
// let volume = side ** 3;
// console.log("The volume of a cube with side, " + side + " measures " + volume);

// 5. Your car gets 32 miles per gallon, on average.
// How many gallons of gas would you use to
// drive 412 miles?

// let mpg = 32;
// let miles = 412;
// let gallonsOfGas = miles / mpg;

// console.log("You need " + gallonsOfGas + " gallons of gas to drive " + miles + " miles.");
```
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