# Solution to Lesson 9 Challenge gives errors

The solution for Challenge 9 gives error “Cannot convert value of type ‘Int’ to expected argument type ‘Double’”

struct TaxCalculator {

var tax = 0.15

func totalWithTax(_ subtotal:Double) -> Double {
return subtotal * (1 + tax)
}

}

struct BillSplitter {

func splitBy(subtotal:Double, numPeople:Int) -> Double {

let taxCalc = TaxCalculator()
let totalWithTax = taxCalc.totalWithTax(subtotal)

}

}

let split = BillSplitter()
print(split.splitBy(subtotal: 120, numPeople: 5))

Wrap your numPeople with Double() like this:

func splitBy(subtotal:Double, numPeople:Int) -> Double {

let taxCalc = TaxCalculator()
let totalWithTax = taxCalc.totalWithTax(subtotal)

}
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Hello, I am expirencing the same issue as nadinenel.

When I wrap numPeople with Double(), I received a new error "Cannot convert value of type’(Double) → Double’ to expected argument type “Double”

My Code: *** shows where error message is given***
struct TaxCalculator {
var tax = 0.15
func totalWithTax(billtotal:Double) → Double {
return billtotal * (1 + tax)
}
}

struct BillSplitter {

func splitBy(billtotal:Double, numPeople:Int) -> Double {

let taxCal = TaxCalculator()
let totalWithTax = taxCal.totalWithTax(billtotal: )

}

}
let split = BillSplitter()
print(split.splitBy(billtotal: 120, numPeople: 5))

Disregard, found solution. Changed: let totalWithTax = taxCal.totalWithTax(billtotal: )
to: let totalWithTax = taxCal.totalWithTax(billtotal: billtotal)

Works fine now.

Thank you so much for sharing the solution! That is awesome. I had changed it by putting Double instead of Int but knew that was not a good solution because the number of people should only be able to be a whole number. However, the solution in DropBox should be fixed as well. I would not have thought of what you did since I am brand new to this.

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