How the Tables Have Turned 4


#1

Oops, try again. Double check your expression for bool_three!

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x**0 always = 1

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Create comparative statements as appropriate on the lines below!

Make me true!

bool_one = 3 < 5 # We already did this one for you!

Make me false!

bool_two = 2==5*6**0

Make me true!

bool_three = 1==9*6**0

Make me false!

bool_four = 2==7*6**0

Make me true!

bool_five = 1==8*6**0


#2

Right. bool_three is false as you've written it. This is because 9*6**0 is equal to 9 due to order of operations.

The power operation executes first. So you have 6**0 which equals 1.

Then 9*1 equals 9. Thus, 1==9 is false.