Hey everyone,

I am working on an exercise that I can't seem to figure out. I'm working in Python 3.5. I am trying to collect 2 inputs from a user, add them together and then print out a response based on the sum of the 2 inputs. I got stuck a few times and found the solutions however now I am really confused. Can anyone please guide me toward what may help fix my code?

I get the following error message:

Traceback (most recent call last):

File ..... line 7, in

if Sum > "100":

TypeError: unorderable types: int() > str()

When running:

```
print("I want you to think of 2 numbers. Got em? Okay")
print("Please Enter Your First Number")
FirstNumber = input()
print("Perfect. Now please enter the second number.")
SecondNumber = input()
Sum = int(FirstNumber) + int(SecondNumber)
if Sum > "100":
print("They add up to a big number")
if Sum <= "100":
print(Sum)
```

Thank you for any and all help!!