Without giving you code, let's see if we can get you understanding this. The goal here is to learn, so don't give up! Let's stretch your brain a bit.
You need to use non-code related logic skills to evaluate for yourself the answer to
3 >= 3 && !(true || true));
In plain English, the above snippet means:
"Three IS GREATER THAN OR EQUAL TO three AND THE INVERSE OF THE GROUP true OR true."
Using logic, we can see the sentence as a whole is false.
Breaking it up:
1. Three IS GREATER THAN OR EQUAL TO three: this is true!
2. THE INVERSE OF THE GROUP true OR true: this is false!
When comparing two things and one of the two is false, then the entire thing can never be true.
Do you see or can you infer as to why that is?
The instructions of this exercise ask you to simply evaluate in your head whether the expression as a whole is true or false, which, as explain, it is clearly false. Therefore, either set
tricky to the expression itself or to the primitive boolean literal
Do you understand?