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Ruby Ruby Booleans Ruby Booleans Boolean Review

Stuck here. Please help

This challenge has me stooped

car_speed = 50
speed_limit = 45
if car_speed > speed_limit 

2 Answers

Christopher Nowack
Christopher Nowack
2,468 Points

Hey Hunter, your if statement just needs to contain the method name. Hope this helps..

if car_speed > speed_limit

[MOD: switched to answer, edited code block & removed brackets - srh]

Dimitrios Kavadas
Dimitrios Kavadas
2,942 Points

Hunter, Christopher has it right. Your Boolian is a test of a method. It sees IF the statement is true, and returns true or false. It won't end unless you tell it to, so don't forget to add END, as the function will still evaluate (look for) any other statements like ELSE.

Good Luck