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Python Python Basics (2015) Logic in Python Conditional Value

OK, one more. Add an else to your if. In the else, set admitted to False.

Hello, i have being able to set the "if" condition to "True" in the first challenge by: age = 15 if age>=13: admitted = True But,,, setting it to false using "else" else: admitted = false I still don't get the answer right. How can i get it right?

conditions.py
admitted = None
age = 15
if age>=13:
    admitted = True
else:
    admitted = False
April Mullins
April Mullins
10,159 Points

I just submitted it with the age = 15 taken out of the code and it worked. My last error message was "don't set the variable. I will do that for you."

2 Answers

Aaron Nolan
Aaron Nolan
5,714 Points

As stated above, Treehouse are creating the variable age for you in the background. By adding this yourself you are messing with their test cases. So just remove you're line of code with the age variable and it will pass with no issues!

Happy coding :)

It finally worked, thanks very much!