Basic JavaScript - Generate Random Whole Numbers with JavaScript - HGvegyoI9Osnd-9ryPHGb

Tell us what’s happening:
I broke up the code into more steps to be able to see what I was doing, but my compiler says that I need to multiply by 10 to get a whole number. How is

var randomNum = Math.random() * 10;

differnet from

var randomNum = Math.random();
randomNum *= 10;
  **Your code so far**
function randomWholeNum() {

// Only change code below this line
var randomNum = Math.random();
randomNum *= 10;
var wholeNum = Math.floor(randomNum);
return wholeNum;
}
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Challenge: Basic JavaScript - Generate Random Whole Numbers with JavaScript

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can you shows us what do you see here?


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Yeah, this looks to be a limitation on the test evaluator. Your code with random *= 10 should be correct, but it appears that the evaluator is looking for * 10 on the same line as the Math.random()