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randall berry2,456 Points
greater than or equal to
how to write greater than or equal to in python
admitted = None if admitted
Python has an easy syntax for conditional statements.
In your instance, you'll want to set admitted to True if age is greater than or equal (>=) than 13.
if age >= 13: admitted = True
Notice how unlike other programming languages, we don't have to wrap our argument in parentheses. It is also important to note the use of a colon and the indent on line two.
You'll use this same structure when setting your else condition.
if age >= 13: admitted = True else: // Set admitted to False here