## 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 youâ€™ll need to do a conversion before you can multiply the two together.

### Solution

Output:

```
20 cans weigh 8 kilograms
```