# Step 129

In your `defeatMonster` function, set `gold` equal to `gold` plus the monster’s level times `6.7`. You can get the monster’s level with the `level` property.

Here is an example of setting `num` to `num` plus `5` * `8`: `num += 5 * 8`. Use `Math.floor()` to round the result down.

### ### Your code so far

function defeatMonster() {
//gold += Math.floor(gold * 6.7)
gold += gold * Math.floor(6.7);
}

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### Challenge Information:

Learn Basic JavaScript by Building a Role Playing Game - Step 129

You don’t want to multiply `gold` by `6.7`, you want to multiply the monster’s level by `6.7` and then take the floor of that multiplication. So first you need to figure out how to do “monster’s level times `6.7`”, and then you use `Math.floor` to round down that result.

gold += monsters[fighting].level * Math.floor(6.7); So i changed the code here to this which I remember doing in a previous lesson and still the same issue

You are on the right path there, but you want to take the `floor` of the multiplication result, not just the `floor` of `6.7`.

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Thank you so much I got it

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here is my code and it works perfectly.
function defeatMonster() {
gold += Math.floor(monsters[fighting].level * 6.7);
}

…set `gold` equal to `gold` plus the monster’s level times `6.7` <<<directions