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Python Python Basics (2015) Logic in Python Conditional Value

if statements

I'm going to create a variable named age. I need you to make an if condition that sets admitted to True if age is 13 or more.

im all over the place and tired whats wrong

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

You are close!

Instead of printing 'true', the admitted variable needs to be set to True.

admitted = None
if age >= 13:
    admitted = True

1 Answer

Arman Arutyunov
Arman Arutyunov
21,900 Points

Firstly, you need to create a variable age. Then in the challenge you are asked to set admitted variable to True if age is 13 or greater.

admitted = None
age = 15
if age >= 13:
    admitted = True

Hope it helps!

ahh duhh, thanks!

Arman Arutyunov
Arman Arutyunov
21,900 Points

If it helped you could mark my answer as correct so other students can see it and not ask the same question in the future