Exercise

# Calculations with variables

Remember how you calculated the money you ended up with after 7 years of investing $100? You did something like this:

```
100 * 1.1 ** 7
```

Instead of calculating with the actual values, you can use variables instead. The `savings`

variable you've created in the previous exercise represents the $100 you started with. It's up to you to create a new variable to represent `1.1`

and then redo the calculations!

Instructions

**100 XP**

- Create a variable
`growth_multiplier`

, equal to`1.1`

. - Create a variable,
`result`

, equal to the amount of money you saved after`7`

years. - Print out the value of
`result`

.