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# Set \$booleanTwo equal to the result of comparing the variable \$a as IDENTICAL to the string "5".

Create a new variable name \$booleanTwo. Set \$booleanTwo equal to the result of comparing the variable \$a as IDENTICAL to the string "5".

index.php
```<?php
\$a = 5;
\$booleanOne = true;

\$bo

//Place your code below this comment

?>
```

It's simply saying assign the \$booleanZTwo variable to \$a. On a separate line, compare \$a using the === (identical operator) to "5". The question is just worded weirdly.

Well there not much to tell there is no questions asked, I wrote everything in comments, maybe it will help to understand.

```<?php
\$a = 5;
//Place your code below this comment

// Create \$booleanOne and set it to true
\$booleanOne = true;
// Create \$booleanTwo and set it result of coparing \$a === "5"
// === is operator which checks two values if they are IDENTICAL
\$booleanTwo = \$a === "5";
?>
```