if you change the
gpa on line 6 to a lower score:
gpa = 1.5
The condition still evaluates to true, showing you that you have the requirements to graduate, even though you don’t.
you have a problem with your right conditional statement
I still don’t quite understand what you mean, give me an example
If you want examples you should provide exercise url + your code (and not in a screenshot), so I can actual use your code to create examples
Thank you, I will send it to you later. However, I still don’t understand why the system gives an error
because even when you haven’t met the requirements to go college, your program still prints/informs you that you have. You have a problem with your conditional statement
I did what the exercise suggested, I thought for a while but still can’t find the mistake in my conditional.
screenshot again? Please just copy paste your code to the forum
not sure why the hint put square brackets, but using square brackets will create a list, is that what you want?
Here is my code, please help
statement_one = False statement_two = True credits = 120 gpa = 1.5 if credits >= 120 and gpa >= 1.5: print("You meet the requirements to graduate!")
you got rid of the square brackets, very good. Then you only need to use the right value in the comparison:
gpa >= 2.0:
and then you should be good
thank you so much, I did it