In this video, we're going to talk about variables in code.
Variables, just like in Algebra, are when you have a letter or a word and it represents something else.
Here we're doing var x = "Briana". When we reference "x" later on, it's going to know that's Briana.
When we console.log(x), it's going to output "Briana".
But be careful - if we put console.log("x"), with the x in quotation marks, it will output the letter "x".
What I want you to take away from this video is that variables exist in code, and you can store everything from a simple string all the way up to a function, all within a simple name.