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hi all,

My Code:

```
content_ratings = {'4+': 4433, '12+': 1155, '9+': 987, '17+': 622}
total_number_of_apps = 7197
c_ratings_proportions = {}
c_ratings_percentages = {}
for key in content_ratings:
proportion = (content_ratings[key] / total_number_of_apps)
c_ratings_proportions[key] = proportion
percentage = proportion * 100
c_ratings_percentages[key] = percentage #for each element in c_ratings_percentages
```

could someone please explain to me what content_ratings[key] is doing?

and what about c_ratings_proportions[key] ?

is this taking each element in content_ratings and iterating over it?

so for here:

```
proportion = (content_ratings[key] / total_number_of_apps)
c_ratings_proportions[key] = proportion
```

is this taking every element and applying the same calculation?

thanks

-your python nub

Hi @saturdaynightwrist ,

`content_ratings[key]`

access the value in each key in the dictionary.

If you run this:

```
for key in content_ratings:
print(key)
```

Youâ€™ll see this output:

4+

12+

9+

17+

This means youâ€™re looping through the keys as I said.

If you run this:

```
for key in content_ratings:
print(content_ratings[key])
```

Youâ€™ll see this output:

4433

1155

987

622

These are the values stored in each key which `content_ratings[key]`

is accessing.

and what about c_ratings_proportions[key] ?

The `c_ratings_proportions`

is empty, so the code below creates a new key and store some new value to this key in this dict:

```
c_ratings_proportions[key] = proportion
```

is this taking each element in content_ratings and iterating over it?

Itâ€™s not iterating over each element in `content_ratings `

, it 's iterating over `content_ratings `

itself and accessing each of its elements.

is this taking every element and applying the same calculation?

Exactly! It takes every element, applies the same calculation, and then stores it in the `c_ratings_proportions`

dictionary.

I hope this helps you.

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thank you very much for your detailed response it has indeed helped me understand

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