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Python Python Basics (2015) Logic in Python Conditional Value

ive watched the videos literally 4 times im not understanding

someone better explain?

conditions.py
admitted = None 
age = 13
if admitted < age:
    print(admitted)

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.

2 Answers

eden ohana
eden ohana
1,786 Points

don't create the "age" variable the workspace will create it alone. also, you need to do if the age value is more OR equal to 13 set the admmited variable to True.

Here:

admitted = None

if age >= 13:

    admitted = True

the video never said anything about python creating a variable like age so i didnt get that

eden ohana
eden ohana
1,786 Points

it says that in the explanation of the objective ;) it's fine i didn't notice that in the start also.