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# i don't understand the question

"Return true if the frog’s tongue is longer or equal to than the distance to the fly and its reaction time is faster or equal to than the fly’s reaction time."

I don't understand what the challenge is asking me to do. I only have one reactionTime variable. is the question asking me to compare two reactionTimes?

Frog.cs
```namespace Treehouse.CodeChallenges
{
class Frog
{
public readonly int TongueLength;
public readonly int ReactionTime;

public Frog(int tongueLength, int reactionTime)
{
TongueLength = tongueLength;
ReactionTime = reactionTime;
}

public bool EatFly(int distanceToFly)
{
}

public bool EatFly(int distanceToFly, int flyReactionTime)
{
if (TonugeLength >= distanceToFly &&
}
}
}
```

You've added a second parameter to the constructor that sets a variable on Frog instantiation.

The question is getting you to use the second variable to check 2 predicates.

1. how far to the fly?
2. will the fly react before the frog?
```namespace Treehouse.CodeChallenges
{
class Frog
{
public readonly int TongueLength;

public readonly int ReactionTime;

public Frog(int tongueLength, int reactionTime )
{
TongueLength = tongueLength;
ReactionTime = reactionTime;
}

public bool EatFly(int distanceToFly)
{
}

// overload the EatFly method to take in the additional parameter
public bool EatFly(int distanceToFly, int flyReactionTime)
{
if(TongueLength >= distanceToFly &&  ReactionTime <= flyReactionTime)
{
return true;
}
else
{
return false;
}
}
}
}
```

thanks for the assist, i see now that i misread the question. your comments/code really helped me

There are in fact two variables containing reaction times.

There is the class property called `ReactionTime` which store's the frogs reaction time. And then there is `flyReactionTime` which is passed in to the method as a parameter and contains the fly's reaction time.

And yes you are meant to compare them to check that the frog has a faster reaction time than the fly.

thanks for the clarification, the challenge makes so much sense now