## Chapter 1 - Syntax Basics

### Exercise 1: Fill in the Blanks

The program below should take a number of cans of food and calculate their total weight. It should declare a `count` variable with the number of cans, and a `unitWeight` variable with the amount (in kilograms) that each can weighs. It should then multiply `count` by `unitWeight`, and assign the result to a new `totalWeight` variable. Finally, it should print the number of cans and their total weight.

Fill in the blanks in the program so that it will run and produce the specified output. Note that `count` will have a type of `int`, but `unitWeight` will have a type of `float64`, so you’ll need to do a conversion before you can multiply the two together.

Output:

``````20 cans weigh 8 kilograms
``````

When you’re ready, have a look at the solution.

### Exercise 2: Code Rework

Several of the variable names used in this example break Go naming conventions. The code is also somewhat longer than it needs to be. See if you can modify so that it’s shorter and follows conventions better, but still produces the same output.

Output:

``````503.7
``````

When you’re ready, have a look at the solution.