One of the quizzes in Python asks you this:
“What is Python syntax for creating a variable and setting it equal to the number
The answer it gives is new_variable = 10
What’s wrong is the grammar. The variable isn’t equal to 10. 10 is a VALUE that is stored in a piece of memory called in this case new_variable. new_variable does not EQUAL 10. 10 is a value stored in new_variable, that’s all.
It’s annoying too because the equal sign in Python (=) doesn’t equal anything that’s (==) instead the better word is assign.
I think you should change the phrasing to that quiz. When I think through code and use the word equal to things that are not, it messes with logic.