can anyone give me few examples that work so i can learn from them, and make my own cuz i'm really struggle on this one

# 15/15 the big if

def the_flying_circus():

if 1 < 100:

return True

elif True and False != True:

return True

```
else:
return False
```

Hi Guys,

Remember that the spaces need to be correct, as python counts them too. Here's my answer, That Past!

def the_flying_circus():

if 1 < 100:

return True

elif True and False != True:

return True

else:

return False

**gpvlr45**#4

I do not understand why

elif True and False!= True

return True

True and False equals to False and if False is not True, then it is true. Am I understanding it correctly?

Why is this step necessary? You already mentioned above that if 1<100, then True.

I just don't get why there are two conditions for True?

**coonn**#5

Inténtalo así:

def the_flying_circus():

if 8 < 9: # Empezá a programar acá.

return True

elif (70 != 60) or True:

return True

else:

return False

Thanks, that solved my problem too. So the it need a "self-righteous" function which doesn't require any inputs.

True and False != True

False != True

It's indeed true, false is not true

also true it's very confusing

**labiba_bu**#8

def the_flying_circus(answer):

if answer>=5 or answer==5 :

return True

elif answer<=10 and not answer<=11 :

return False

else:

return True

the_flying_circus () return True

**rubypro26150**#10

who can help check my answer? I don`t know what`

s my fault,thanks very much.

# Make sure that the_flying_circus() returns True

def the_flying_circus():

if 2 > 3: # Start coding here!

return True

# the code inside this block!

elif ( 3 > 4 ) and ( 4 > 5 ):

return True

else:

return False

**alex1888**#13

def the_flying_circus():

if 1 < 100:

return True

elif True and False != True:

return True

else:

return False