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Ruby Ruby Basics Conditionals "if" Statements

i keep getting a syntax error and i keep trying different things and they dont fix it they say its in line one.

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def check_speed(80)
  if check_speed < 55
    puts "too fast"
  if check_speed > 55
    puts "too slow"
  if check_speed == 55
    puts "speed OK"

2 Answers

The challenge doesn't want you to specify the number to pass in to the method. It wants you to use a variable to represent a number, such as by using def check_speed(speed), then checking if the value for the variable is less than, more than, or equal to 55.

You should also close your last if statement with end so that the if statement ends and the check_speed class ends.

but i am using the end method to close it.