#1

# Set this to True if 17 < 328 or to False if it is not.

bool_one = True # We did this one for you!

bool_two =

bool_three =

bool_four =

# Set this to True if 99 != (98 + 1) or to False otherwise.

bool_five =

This syntax is wrong. what would be the correct syntax for ths?
#2

Looking at the example they did, 17 is less than 328 so they put True instead of False. Either put True or False depending on the if statement they have above.

#3

Thank you for your help mate.

#4

I still see you struggling with this.
Let's do `bool_two`. Their comment above is

Since 100 is equal to 50*2, you put `bool_two = True`.
That's it. Just put True or False. Not true if this or false if that.

#5

# Assign True or False as appropriate on the lines below!

if bool_one = 17 < 328

# Set this to True if 17 < 328 or to False if it is not.

bool_one = True or bool_one = False !

#6

As I have mentioned above, you just need to make the `bool_n` (where n is one to five) either `True` or `False`. I've given you another example of that. Don't over-complicate this.
They've already finished `bool_one` for you. Why did you change it?

#7

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