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Ruby Ruby Operators and Control Structures Logical Operators The Not Operator

Calvin Secrest
Calvin Secrest
24,812 Points

Not sure what Im doing wrong?

Fill in the black to use the not operator to negate the following

_________________ (car_speed > 40)

!(car_speed > 40)

I am for certain this is the correct way to used the not operator for ruby. Please let me know if this isn't correct. Thanks!

1 Answer

I agree with you - it worked for me: