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JavaScript JavaScript Basics (Retired) Making Decisions with Conditional Statements Review Boolean Logic

can anybody help with this quiz?

I don't understand the quiz very well

The quiz is for Boolean logic

2 Answers

Tadeáš Firich
Tadeáš Firich
7,866 Points

Hello, yes it is basic for Boolean logic.

1)

What does this condition evaluate to: true or false? 
( true && false )

it Equals 1 * (-1)

2)

Given the following code, what will appear in the browser's console? 

var x = 10;
var y = 20;
if (  x < 10 && y > 10 ) {
  console.log('The condition passes.');
} else {
  console.log('The condition fails.');
}

The if means: is x smaller than 10 and is y higher than 10? No? so the program switch to the else.


3)

Complete the code below so that both conditions must be true for the alert message to appear: 

if ( loggedIn === true 
[           ]
 level === 'admin') {
  alert("Access granted.");
}

&& = and

|| = or

4)

What does this condition evaluate to: true or false? 
( true || false )

This is what TeamTreeHouse told me: :D When using the OR operator only one of the conditions needs to be true.

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Thank you :)

Thanks for your help :)