**Tell us what’s happening:**

Where is wrong?

**Your code so far**

```
"use strict";
export default subtract(7,4);
```

**Your browser information:**

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**Link to the challenge:**

https://learn.freecodecamp.org/javascript-algorithms-and-data-structures/es6/import-a-default-export

You have used ‘export’ instead of import. Here’s the instruction again:

In the following code, please **import** the default export, subtract, from the file “math_functions”, found in the same directory as this file.

Yes i have read it but I don’t understand what to do

just change the word ‘export’ to ‘import’

“use strict”;

import default subtract(7,4);

That ? But it tell me it is wrong

ok i see the problem

reset the code back to start (there’s a button to do it)

then go back and add a *new* line above the “use strict” line to import the subtract (leave the other code as-is).

it should look similar to this:

```
import add from "math_functions";
```

but instead of ‘add’ subtract

“use strict”;

import add from “math_functions”;

That?

SpadeX
#8
you need to clearly read and the solve Problem it’s simple!!

Here is correct solution just try it:blush:

“use strict”;

import subtract from “math_functions”;

subtract(7,4);

Yeah it is so simple OH my god thank you for helping

*This is another simple way.*

place the *subtract* inside a variable named *math_functions* & refer it to the import syntax like instructed.

```
"use strict";
const math_functions = subtract(7,4);
import subtract from "math_functions";
```