No, you don't need to type the math , just type `False`

.

Let's do the 2nd half of the `bool_two`

equation (continuing from my first post) so you can get an idea of how it works and what your full answer should look like for this variable.

`and 4 >= 16 ** 0.5`

lets ignore `and`

for now and work through the problem.

`4 >= 16 ** 0.5`

We first begin working with the equation: `16 ** 5`

. The square root (`**`

) of `16`

is `4`

, so what we have left is:

`4 >= 4 #is four greater or equal ( >=) to 4? Yes it is, so we write True`

our full answer should be:

`bool_two = False and True`

And now we brought `and`

back into the variable above.

For questions in the instructions like:

Set bool_three equal to the result of `19 % 4 != 300 / 10 / 10 and False`

We work with the first half of the equation (before the `and`

), and then the other side, to check if its `True`

or `False`

.

And in questions like:

Set bool_five equal to the result of `True and True`

They're asking us to write our own equation -*two equations* of our own, actually- and separate both of those equations with the boolean operator `and`

.

If you want to do this math using a calculator, you can go on a code editor and put your equation there, but it's good practice trying to solve them in your head or on a piece of paper yourself.

Does this help? Let me know if you understand .