I’ve made comparisons that result in true or false as asked, why can’t I pass?


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Question

I’ve made comparisons that result in true or false as asked, why can’t I pass?

Answer

Be sure to use at least three different operators out of the six we’ve learned about: ==, !=, >, >=, <, and <=. If you only use one or two, it will not pass, and if you write True or False, that’s cheating!
Also, remember how <= and >= work! They will result in True if both sides of the operator are equal as well, which can be tricky.
Checking your math, either way, is good practice.


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