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```
#!C:\Python26\python.exe
# Three-times-the-square-root-of-your-age.py
#
# This is a python program that
# will input the user's name and age
# the output will be 3 times the
# square root of the user's name
#
# author: Min Ku "Peter" Joo
# last revision: 02/10/2010
import os
import math
def main ( ):
sayWelcome ( )
getUsersName ( )
getUsersAge ( )
calThreeSqrtOfAge ( )
tellUserOutcome ( )
programPause ( )
def sayWelcome ( ):
# Welcomes the user to the program
print "Welcome to Peter's program."
def getUsersName ( ):
# asks the user for his or her full name
usersFullName = raw_input ("What is your full name? " )
return usersFullName
def getUsersAge ( ):
# asks the user for his or her age
usersAge = raw_input ("What is your age in whole numbers? ")
return usersAge
def calThreeSqrtOfAge ( ):
#calculates three times the square root of user's age
threeSqrtAge = 3*math.sqrt(usersAge)
return threeSqrtAge
def tellUserOutcome ( ):
# informs user the outcome of 3 times the square root of his or her age
print usersFullName, '3 times the square root of your age is:', threeSqrtAge
def programPause ( ):
raw_input ("This is the end of Peter's program. Press enter to exit the program.")
if __name__ == '__main__':
main()
```

how do i get assign variables to be used in other functions?

for example the age that the user inputs. how do i use that in both the function to get the age and the function to calculate 3*math.sqrt (age)

*Edited 6 Years Ago by vegaseat*: added code tags