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Ruby Ruby Booleans Ruby Booleans Boolean Review

Boolean Ruby

I am not sure what they want in Task 1

car_speed = 50
speed_limit = 45

if (car_speed > speed_limit)

2 Answers

Francisco Ruiz
Francisco Ruiz
14,213 Points

Hi Sara - The question doesn't seem to call it out, but it looks like they want you to have the else statement to call the display_car_speed method after the if you currently have i.e. Also, I don't think you need to call any parameters in the flash_car_speed method, so just writ it without paranthesis

if(car_speed > speed_limit)

Hope that helps :)

Nick Perri
Nick Perri
7,636 Points

You actually don't need to include the car speed when you call flash_car_speed.

In that problem they assume the method flash_car_speed does not take a speed as argument.

Your if statement just needs to contain the method name:


in it.