Hi im completely new to coding but have enjoyed every moment I've started it.

I have been doing the lessons for JavaScript on codecademy.com and was stumped on this function for like a half an hour. When I figured it out and passed the lesson I couldn't understand how I was getting the numbers I was getting from the function its self. Here is the code...

var orangeCost = function (price)

{

var val = price * 5;

console.log (val);

};

orangeCost (5)

here are my Results...

25

25

50

And here was the Instructions...

You are a creature of habit. Every week you buy 5 oranges. But orange prices keep changing!

1. You want to declare a function that calculates the cost of buying 5 oranges.

2. You then want to calculate the cost of the 5 all together.

3. Write a function that does this called orangeCost().

4. It should take a parameter that is the cost of an orange, and multiply it by

5
5. It should log the result of the multiplication to the console.

6. Call the function where oranges each cost 5 dollars.

I'd Really appreciate a breakdown as to how this function is giving the results it is and if possible how the instructions match up with my results.