**The aim of this puzzle**: Complete the `average()`

function definition so that it returns the average value of the `array`

**Walkthrough of the solution**: The average (also called the “arithmetic mean”) of a set of numbers is calculated by adding all the numbers up and the dividing the total by the number of values used.

The function definition starts by creating a variable called `total`

. Since nothing has been added up yet, it starts at 0. Next, there’s a `for...of`

loop that goes through each `element`

of the `array`

. Inside that loop, the `element`

should be added to the `total`

using the `+=`

operator. Once the loop is done, the `total`

will be the sum of all the numbers in the `array`

. To `return`

the average, the `total`

should be divided by the number of values. The number of values is the `.length`

of the `array`

, so the `return`

value should be `total / array.length`

.

**Sample code solution**:

(Tap below to reveal)

```
import { getData, findHotels } from 'grasshopper.reviews';
import { getRatings } from 'myFunctions';
function average(array) {
let total = 0;
for (let element of array) {
total += element;
}
return total/array.length;
}
let grasslandRatings = getRatings(getData('Grassland', findHotels));
console.log(grasslandRatings);
console.log('The average is:');
console.log(average(grasslandRatings));
```

**JavaScript Concepts**: Arithmetic Operator (/), Assignment Operator (+=), Callback Functions, Calling Functions, Code Block (for loop, function), `console.log()`

, `import`

, `.length`