# Stumped on mixed booleans

I’m currently on this exercise:

The instructions aren’t quite clear to me, Am i supposed to enter in equations " (2 <= 2) " that result in true / false like in bool_one?
Thanks!

Any help on this would be appreciated!

Firstly, just a gentle reminder that the help here on the forums is very much on a “best efforts” basis rather than being an on-demand resource. Whilst there are a number of incredibly helpful members here, you may sometimes have to wait for a response - or you may not get one at all. The instructions are a bit… open-ended, shall we say.

Essentially, you’re being asked to use a combination of the three boolean operators `and`, `or` and `not` to make each of the boolean variables have the requested value.

For example:

``````# Make me false!
bool_one = (2 <= 2) and "Alpha" == "Bravo"  # We did this one for you!
``````

The task here is to make the value of `bool_one` be `False`. `(2 <= 2)` would evaluate to `True`, `"Alpha" == "Bravo"` would evaluate to `False`, and so the end result of `True and False` would be `False`. We pass the task (though this one was done for us!).

So, for each of the following booleans - `bool_two`, for example - you may use whatever expression you like provided that you reach the correct outcome, which for `bool_two` would be `True`.

Does that help at all?