Hello, I started going through the tutorials today for Python, which I've been putting myself to do for quite a while, but never found myself actually doing it. So, I did the tutorials up until the booleans and right now I am at This and That (or This, But Not That!). I have passed the rest of the booleans tutorials, but really didn't understand a thing. So, I suck at math, big time. I have looked on youtube and found a couple of interesting videos which really helped me understand the basics of it, but the big picture still avoids me. So, from a YouTube video, I understood a part of it, which is : if there is an " or " operator ( parten me if its not called an operator, I'm not exactly sure ) you only need one if the statements to be true for the equation to be true, and if you have an "and" operator you would need both statements to be true for the equation to be true, if one of them is false, the equation is false. After I went through the tutorial the second time I spotted that you have written it exactly the same way, but the first time I read it I had absolutely no idea what it was supposed to be meaning. I'm a beginner , no coding experience. A few years back I kind of forced myself to learn something different, started with HTML, after 2 weeks in tutorials and some kind of confidence moved to CSS but got bored pretty quickly, because I received absolutely no joy out of it. So I abandoned it, but programming still feels nice to me so I promised myself if I ever started again it would be with a language that I enjoy, so here I am with Python almost 5 years later. I would love if someone of you nice fellas puts some time in a more in-depth explanation or at least point me in the right direction. Also, do you think you need to know a lot of math to get a grip of Python? The Tip calculator went fine, no worries, but the boolean equations really scare me, I've never been good at math anyways. Would you recommend that I register on Khan or something like that to get a better grip at coding in the future? I'd have to start at the basic things, but heh, it's never too late. Apologize for any typos and punctuation errors, not my native language.
Forgot to mention, I'm only asking for help, even though I already passed them, because things are moving kind of moving too fast, 17% of the tutorial is completed after an hour or something , and I plan to go over it a few more times after I completed everything until I'm sure I've actually learned the things , not just powering through.