Hi, everyone!

I am brand new to programming and I have two questions.

**First question:** I see this >>> in the examples of exercises and I do not understand what they should do.

Example from Boolean operators 7/13: ("" are only there to make the >>> visible in the post)

“>>>” (1 + 1 == 2) and (2 + 2 == 4)

True

“>>>” (1 + 1 == 2) and (2 < 1)

False

“>>>” (1 > 9) and (5 != 6)

False

“>>>” (0 == 10) and (1 + 1 == 1)

False

If I copy >>> (1 + 1 == 2) and (2 + 2 == 4) over and run it nothing happens.

Second question: Is my solution to the first task in Boolean operators 7/13 good?

The instruction is:

Set the variables `statement_one`

and `statement_two`

equal to the results of the following boolean expressions:

Statement one: (2 + 2 + 2 >= 6) and (-1 * -1 < 0)

Statement two: (4 * 2 <= 8) and (7 - 1 == 6)

My solution:

statement_one = (2 + 2 + 2 >= 6) and (-1 * -1 < 0)

statement_two = (4 * 2 <= 8) and (7 - 1 == 6)

I have the feeling that they would expect to see

statement_one = True

statement_two = True

How do I let Python tell me if the expression is True or False and how do I then tell Python to put this value equal to the corresponding statement?

Thank you for helping such a total novice.