When you see something like this in a code template,
It means we have to fill in the blanks with a valid expression for each. But, it at least gives us the blocked out syntax to work from. The rest is pretty straight forward, given all the structure.
This exercise wants us to write comparison expressions that use our choice of operators, so long as we change up our use:
Write an if statement in the_flying_circus(). It must include:
if, elif, and else statements;
At least one of and, or, or not;
A comparator (==, !=, <, <=, >, or >=);
Finally, the_flying_circus() must return True when evaluated.
There is no criteria beyond that. We can pick anything we like to compare,
Have you got a handle on what an expression is? A Comparison? Logical operators? On if statements? If not, then go back to the start of the module and cover all the material again.
This is the last exercise of a module that covers everything that is expected here. It's like a review. It is not a problem, but a chance to explore what you have learned. Getting help at this stage is asking for a lot, when you really need to help yourself with this one.