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Python Python Basics (2015) Logic in Python Conditional Value

how do i make this true?

I cant figure out how to make this true, idk if i missed a step in the video or something?

conditions.py
admitted = None
if age > 13:
    print(None)

i need to make admitted true I need you to make an if condition that sets admitted to True if age is 13 or more.

1 Answer

Steven Parker
Steven Parker
215,984 Points

Just like the assignment on the top line sets it to None, you can create an assignment statement that sets it to True.

Also, note that the instructions said to do this "if age is 13 or more". But a test using ">" is only true for "or more", not when the value is an exact match.

thank you!