# Not understanding what to do with "And" (6/15)

#1

Edit: I figured it out. I seem to recall having this same problem the last time I took a crack at Codecademy’s Python course. I think I even got to the point where I was so baffled and frustrated made a post on the forum about it, then figured it out and discovered I couldn’t delete the forum post.

I don’t even know where to begin with “And” (exercise six of fifteen). I’m supposed to set bool_one equal to “false and false” … does that mean I make it look like

bool_one = 1 == 2 and 2 == 3

?

I just don’t even know where to begin with this one. I feel like Python suddenly went from so easy I felt like I wasn’t learning anything to suddenly being so bewildering I don’t even know how to start guessing at the answers.

bool_two, _three, _four, and _five, I am equally lost.

#2

all conditions evaluate to `True` or `False` in the end, there is no other outcome.

int his exercise, you are given a condition (for example `False and False`) which you should manually evaluate.

so `False and False` evaluates to False, so you should set the variable (`bool_one`) to `False`

same for all the other variables, manually evaluate the conditions, and set the variables to the right Boolean value

#3

first we will evaluate the condition to true or false in 1==2 AND 2==3
so 1==2 is equal to False
and 2==3 is equal to False
so we substitute the answer in question
so (False and False)