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Anyone else feel like the wording is also confusing on this question? The grocery_list variable is essentially unnecessary, and the question had me originally thinking that the percentage needed to be calculated on each individual list item, not a sum of both lists total like the hint said.

It doesnâ€™t feel like itâ€™s teaching *or* testing list manipulation or arithmetic functions very well. Hoping the questions become more solid as the challenges continue.

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Like the last question, the solution for this question does not actually solve the question! The correct answer should be 25.82% since the question specifically asks to give the answer â€śas a **percentage** of country pricesâ€ť, yet the solution answer is calculated by determining the difference as a **proportion** of country prices. The â€śPercentage Difference Equationâ€ť given in the hint is actually the relative change equation according to Wikipedia, which we need to multiply by 100 to get a percentage.

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For anyone looking for a solution

city=(sum(city_price))

country=(sum(country_price))

difference=(city-country)/country

print(difference)

itâ€™s not pretty, but it works

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I agree that answers should be in percentage form to match the question, but at least theyâ€™re all in the same format (pre multiplication-by-100).

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Hoping to see things ramp up pretty soon here or Iâ€™m going to lose interest

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Word of advice since things are getting confusing as we go along: always check the hints and if still cant figure it out come to the discussion.

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so first I create the variable c to make the operation

c=(sum(city_price)- sum(country_price))/sum(country_price)

and then show the result saved in the c variable

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I almost lose my mind with these exercise until I found first you need to shift+enter the first box with the definition of list -_-

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I do not think itâ€™s required to create additional variables, just use what was given:

print(((sum(city_price) - (sum(country_price)))) / sum(country_price))

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Youâ€™re magic, sometimes I just need to do it and this helped.

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Nice and clean! I appreciate what you did there.

Good advice! Always check the hints (tab at the bottom of each page), and when in doubt, come to the forum to see if any other users have asked/answered similar questions.

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Iâ€™ve learned to take a look at the hints. It felt like cheating at first, wanting to complete the question without the added help, but more often then not, the information there is necessary to understand and solve the question.

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Some of the questions, especially the early ones can be easy, but some of them can also be quite difficult. I get a lot of value out of building good habits - coding every day for the 21 days and I also have fun doing it too, hopefully some of this can apply to you too.

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Hi! Does anyone know how much time it takes for the points earned by each member of the team to be transferred into the teamâ€™s points? We are missing a few points here

Hereâ€™s the simplified answer:

`difference = ((sum(city_price) - sum(country_price)) / sum(country_price))`

`print(difference)`

// 0.2581943645773432 (0.2582)

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is there any value in calling the formula â€śdifferenceâ€ť and then â€śprintingâ€ť it after? I got the same output with just:

(sum(city_price)-sum(country_price))/(sum(country_price))

serious question - just trying to learn!