# Make me false!

bool_one = (2 <= 2) and “Alpha” == “Bravo” # We did this one for you!

# Make me true!

bool_two = 10 * 10 == 100 and “dog” == “dog”

# Make me false!

bool_three = 100 / 10 == 9 or 40 / 10 == 3

# Make me true!

bool_four = 100 / 10 == 9 not 40 / 10 == 3

# Make me true!

bool_five = 100/10 == 10 or 9 * 5 == 30

Can someone help explain why I have a syntax error on bool_4?

You have put two different statements, returning two different values without logical operator in between.
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`bool_four = 100 / 10 == 9 not 40 / 10 == 3`
let’s take it apart `bool_four` equals:
`10 == 9` returns False
`not` changes wathever follows to the opposite
`40/10 == 3` returns False
so what you wrote, basically translates to:
`bool_four = False not False`
which in turn means `bool_four = False True`
You would need an `and` or an `or` logical operator in between these values, for the statement to be valid. And in this case specifically an `or` operator to complete the task.
`bool_four = 100 / 10 == 9 or not 40 / 10 == 3`