Having issues understanding equality operators 11/12 java introduction

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What confusing me is do I type the code on line 3 or do I type it on line 4 in between the code thats there?

1.Use any equality operator to directly compare two Boolean values. Do not declare any variables.

We are given this line to output our expression:

System.out.println();

Boolean values are true and false. How do we compare two values? Answer is in the lesson text.

Insert your expression as the println() method argument.

System.out.println( __expression__ );

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