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Great! So far we’ve looked at:

• Print statements
• How to create, modify, and use variables
• Arithmetic operations like addition, subtraction, division, and multiplication
• How to use comments to make your code easy to understand
• Different data types, including strings, ints, floats, and booleans
• Converting between data types

### Instructions

1.

Let’s apply all of the concepts you have learned one more time!

Create a variable called `skill_completed` and set it equal to the string `"Python Syntax"`.

2.

Create a variable called `exercises_completed` and set it equal to `13`. Create another variable called `points_per_exercise` and set it equal to `5`.

3.

Create a variable called `point_total` and set it equal to `100`.

4.

Update `point_total` to be what it was before plus the result of multiplying `exercises_completed` and `points_per_exercise`.

5.

Add a comment above your declaration of `points_per_exercise` that says:

``The amount of points for each exercise may change, because points don't exist yet``
6.

Print a string to the console that says:

``I got X points!``

with the value of `point_total` where `X` is.