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Ruby Ruby Operators and Control Structures Logical Operators The And (&&) Operator

unsure if I'm doing any of this right

need help:

def check_speed(car_speed) if (car_speed >= 40) && (car_speed < = 50) return "safe" else return "unsafe"


3 Answers

Maximiliane Quel
Maximiliane Quel
Courses Plus Student 55,489 Points

You are missing the condition of the second part where you are setting the case for less than or equal to 50. You are also missing the end keyword in your if else block:

def check_speed(car_speed)
  # write your code here
  if car_speed >= 40 && car_speed <= 50
    return "safe"
    return "unsafe"

the return keyword is optional

Thanks for the help.