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I'm not sure if my syntax is correct here?
I think there is something missing here, not sure where I may be going wrong?
car_speed = 55 speed_limit = 60 # Write your code here too_fast="true" if car_speed > speed_limit puts "true" else car_speed < speed_limit puts "false" end
Almost but little errors, we put new variable (too_fast) under IF statments, we don't add "puts" to prompt the messages to inform users. Just if the car_speed is faster that will set true otherwise false if car_speed is slower than limit.
if car is faster than speed limit variable_name = true else car is slower than speed limit variable_name = false end
car_speed = 55 speed_limit = 60 if car_speed > speed_limit too_fast = true # variable name equal to "true" if the car_speed is faster than the speed_limit else car_speed < speed_limit too_fast = false # variable name equal false if the car_speed is less than the speed_limit. end
Hope that helps