- Highlight the code below & copy it.
- Paste it into Bitsbox.
- Run code. What does it do?
- How much money do you raise by selling 4 cups of lemonade?
- How much money do you raise by selling 50 cups of lemonade?

- Supplies cost $45/week. How will you need to update the answer equation to show only profit? Assuming price is still $1.25/cup:
- How many cups of lemonade must you sell to break even? (In other words, how many cups of lemonade must you sell to offset the cost of supplies?)
- What will your profit be if you sell 50 cups of lemonade?
- The $45.00 in supplies allows you to make 135 cups of lemonade. What is your maximum profit this week?
- How many cups do you have to sell per week to break even?

- Update code, so that it prompts user to input price.
- How many cups do you need to sell to break even at $0.75/cup?
- What price do you need to charge to earn a profit of at least $25?

- Try out a different fill & sound.
- Try moving message around the screen. For example, for
**message =,**the**100, 200**are x, y. The far left-hand corner of screen is 0, 0.

fill('lemonclock')

message = text('FUNction', 380, 500, 'white', 50)

delay (calculate, 1200)

function calculate() {

price = 1.25

cups = prompt ('How many cups?')

cupsf = parseFloat(cups)

answer = price * cupsf

message.change('$' + answer)

sound('chaching')

}

message = text('FUNction', 380, 500, 'white', 50)

delay (calculate, 1200)

function calculate() {

price = 1.25

cups = prompt ('How many cups?')

cupsf = parseFloat(cups)

answer = price * cupsf

message.change('$' + answer)

sound('chaching')

}