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Python Python Basics (2015) Logic in Python Conditional Value

variable condition

I am trying to get the information correct however this has my kind of trumped.

It is asking me to put in the if condition to make Admitted true, however I have no idea how to turn that correctly after reviewing it twice.

I get stuck at making this

age = 14 if age > 13:

conditions.py
admitted = None

1 Answer

You don't need to declare the variable age. The if condition should check if the age is 13 or more, so your inequality should include 13. Inside the if condition, just set the variable admitted to True.

I am putting in what they have discussed with if and nothing is happening it keeps telling me error. Why is the greater or equal signs not working?