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# Question 1

Let’s create a variable called favorite_number and set it to 73:

favorite_number = 73
print(favorite_number + 1)
print(favorite_number * 2)


The sum is 74, and the product is 146. This leads to an output of:

74
146


# Question 2

Let’s create variable x assigned to the string "Python"

x = "Python"
print(2 * x)


This will output:

PythonPython


The string is fact duplicated! In fact, if you multiply a string by an integer n, you will get a string comprised of n copies of the original string. This is an example of what we call overloading of the multiplication operator. We will learn more about overloading in a subsequent lesson. :)