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#1

I am not sure about how to do this part of the workshop. Here are the instructions:
Instructions

Assign True or False as appropriate for bool_one through bool_five.

Set bool_one equal to the result of False or not True and True
Set bool_two equal to the result of False and not True or True
Set bool_three equal to the result of True and not (False or False)
Set bool_four equal to the result of not not True or False and not True
Set bool_five equal to the result of False or not (True and True)

Python: Conditionals & Control Flow
#2

Hello, @courserockstar13776!
In this part you're supposed to assign, which means "store a value inside of a variable"" , the result of the giving statements.
For example: if we do True and False the result of it will be False because with the AND we need both parts to be True so the result can be True.

You'll just need to do this but according to the instructions that were given to you.

Best regards,
G4be


#3

# Set bool_one equal to the result of;
# (False)  OR  ((not True) AND (True))
# (False)  OR  ((False) AND (True))
# (False)  OR  (False)
bool_one = False

# Set bool_two equal to the result of;
# ((False) And (not True))   OR   (True)
# ((False) And (False))   OR   (True)
# (False)   OR   (True)
bool_two = True


I hope that these two examples help somewhat explain the process of Boolean Operators. See if that step by step helps resolve the other solutions left in the exercise.:crossed_fingers: