Use typeof to Check the Type of a Variable[Solved]

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let seven = 7;
let three = "3";
console.log(seven + three);
// Add your code below this line




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In order to complete the challenge you don’t just want to copy the examples the lesson gives you. It says to create a typeof each for seven and three, so two total.

So the first will be: console.log(typeof seven);
and the second will be: console.log(typeof three);

The lesson could’ve been tricky if you thought to use double quotes to make it a string since it was a word instead of a number