# Data Analysis with Python - Numpy Introduction B

### Tell us what’s happening:

Answer in the video is wrong, if I run
import sys

integer_value = 5
size = sys.getsizeof(integer_value)
print(f"The memory consumption of the integer 5 is {size} bytes.")

I’ll get the consumption of 28 bytes.

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### Challenge Information:

Data Analysis with Python - Numpy Introduction B

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Hi, welcome to the forum

https://forum.freecodecamp.org/t/data-analysis-with-python-course/604355

`__sizeof__()` also returns the same result

``````import sys

integer_value = 5
size = sys.getsizeof(integer_value)
print(integer_value.__sizeof__())
print(f"The memory consumption of the integer 5 is {size} bytes.")

>>> 28
>>> The memory consumption of the integer 5 is 28 bytes.
``````

He isn’t actually precise in the video he says “around 20 bytes”

Do you want to open an issue for this on github?
https://github.com/freeCodeCamp/freeCodeCamp/issues