Exercise One: In this exercise you will be creating two functions.

// Function One: Will be called 'multiply'. // This function will take two parameters, both numbers // This function will return the two numbers multiplied together.

// Function Two: Will be called 'calculator'. // This function will take three parameters, // First will be a callback function, // Second and Third will be numbers. // This function will return the two numbers passed into the callback function.

// NOTE: You can use the multiply function to test the calculator function, but understand that // other callback functions will be passed into it as a test.

@mwilki7 yes maybe im not writing it in the right space: here is the full question , where should i write my answer? and what does the last sentence ask me to do ?

// Exercise One: In this exercise you will be creating two functions.

// Function One: Will be called 'multiply'. // This function will take two parameters, both numbers // This function will return the two numbers multiplied together.

// Function Two: Will be called 'calculator'. // This function will take three parameters, // First will be a callback function, // Second and Third will be numbers. // This function will return the two numbers passed into the callback function.

// NOTE: You can use the multiply function to test the calculator function, but understand that // other callback functions will be passed into it as a test.

Exercise One: In this exercise you will be creating two functions.

// Function One: Will be called 'multiply'.

// This function will take two parameters, both numbers

// This function will return the two numbers multiplied together.

// Function Two: Will be called 'calculator'.

// This function will take three parameters,

// First will be a callback function,

// Second and Third will be numbers.

// This function will return the two numbers passed into the callback function.

// NOTE: You can use the multiply function to test the calculator function, but understand that

// other callback functions will be passed into it as a test.

@mwilki7 yes maybe im not writing it in the right space: here is the full question , where should i write my answer? and what does the last sentence ask me to do ?

// Exercise One: In this exercise you will be creating two functions.

// Function One: Will be called 'multiply'.

// This function will take two parameters, both numbers

// This function will return the two numbers multiplied together.

// Function Two: Will be called 'calculator'.

// This function will take three parameters,

// First will be a callback function,

// Second and Third will be numbers.

// This function will return the two numbers passed into the callback function.

// NOTE: You can use the multiply function to test the calculator function, but understand that

// other callback functions will be passed into it as a test.

function calculator (callback, p1, p2)

{

callback (p1, p2);

return callback(p1, p2);

}

//Call MULTIPLY to multiply the two numbers

var product=MULTIPLY(number1, number2);