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Python Python Basics (2015) Logic in Python Conditional Value

Cameron Kjellerson
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Cameron Kjellerson
Courses Plus Student 426 Points

How is this wrong?

Its not right unless I add the age value but it wont let me.

conditions.py
admitted = None
if age > 13:
    admitted = True
else:
    admitted = False

1 Answer

Brandon Benefield
Brandon Benefield
7,739 Points

You are so close and this is something I struggled with when beginning. The question specifies if age is 13 OR more. Not just simply more than 13. Change your if statement to

if age >= 13:

Just to clarify, you need to add a = to your conditional statement. Now your statement reads If age is greater than or equal to 13... do logic