# What am i doing wrong?!?!

#1

June 10, 16 - what do I do now?

#2

#3

Sorry I took so long. I am having this problem:
directions: For each Boolean in the editor, write an expression that evaluates to that value. Remember comparators are ==
!= > >= < and <=. (Don't use just TRUE and FALSE, that is cheating!)
CODE :

BOOL_ONE they did this for you'

Make False: bool_two
Make True: bool_three
Make False: bool_four
Make True: bool_five

#4

Note: Respond to me as soon as possible

#5

Also Note: This part is 4 - How The Tables Have Turned

#6

Please share the code you're using. Thanks!

#7

DO I HAVE TO WRITE THE CODE IN THIS STUFF AGAIN?!!!
DID YOU SEE THE FIRST COMMENT I MADE TODAY???
no litteraly

#8

I did see it, and if this:

``````BOOL_ONE they did this for you'

Make False: bool_two
Make True: bool_three
Make False: bool_four
Make True: bool_five``````

was your code, I am really surprised.

This was the default code in the exercise:

``````# Create comparative statements as appropriate on the lines below!

# Make me true!
bool_one = 3 < 5  # We already did this one for you!

# Make me false!
bool_two =

# Make me true!
bool_three =

# Make me false!
bool_four =

# Make me true!
bool_five =``````

There are four incomplete assignment statements here. You have to make use of the relational operators to construct expressions (like `5 * 6 == 30`) that will evaluate to `True` or `False` values. There are instructions, as comments (`Make me true/false!`), above each incomplete declaration, indicating which boolean value each expression has to evaluate to.

Now that I have explained things to you, where exactly are you having trouble?

#9

What you posted is in no way a code. Dont be rude and wrong at the same time, it's not good for you... Also, as I've said before, you should read what the exercise tells you to do. I'm surprised you got this far...