Not. finally got answers accepted but seems crazy


For Q 8 I have got Q1 bool_one = not 6*8 == 6*8 is not True
Q5 bool_five = not 6*8 == 6*8 is not False
both accepted as correct! How can this be?


If it's asking you to assign the results of boolean expressions to variables, then the result of a boolean expression is a boolan, so you would do something like:

bool_fourteen = True

The is operator tests if two values are the same (not equal) value, you won't have any use for this operator for quite some time, if at all.

[] is [] # False