# boolean_1 = 77 < 78 && 77 < 77

77 < 78 && 77 < 77 =>false

# boolean_2 = true && 100 >= 100

2 < 10 && 100 >= 100 =>true

# boolean_3 = 23 == 8 && 32 == 9

23 == 8 && 32 == 9 =>true

I keep getting “Oops, try again. Make sure to type true or false after each =!”

Hi on thta Lesson they gave you that ?

``````# boolean_1 = 77 < 78 && 77 < 77
boolean_1 =

# boolean_2 = true && 100 >= 100
boolean_2 =

# boolean_3 = 2**3 == 8 && 3**2 == 9
boolean_3 =
``````

then you should only put true or false inside the boolean_1 , boolean_2, boolean_3 depend on what the boolean in coment is.

Hint
``````# boolean_1 = 77 < 78 && 77 < 77
#that bolean is **false** so you will put inside the **boolean_1**
boolean_1 = false

``````

Not working the above problem

Just put “True” or “False” after each boolean instead of copying down the comment

wont let me pass on

this is my code:

# test_1 should be false

test_1 = 1 == 55685856677 // false

# test_2 = should be false

test_2 = 12312 == 12342422 // false

# test_3 = should be true

test_3 = 9 == 9 // true

this is the error:(ruby):8: unterminated regexp meets end of file

Hmm - I was getting that error, too. I think maybe it’s the comparator we are using. I think if you use // your are saying “either/or” in which case only one part of the equation has to be true. Try using the &&(AND) comparator for your equations instead of the //(OR) and see what the interpreter spits out on the console.

All you have to do is just type true or false. You don’t have to type anything else after the variable.

test_1 = 77 != 77
test_1 =

test_2 =

test_3 =

# test_4 = 100 == 1000

test_4 =

this exercise isn’t very clear. I thought based on previous exercises that the hash symbol was for comments only I didn’t realize the contents were being accessed.