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Really great work! Here’s what you’ve learned in this unit:

Comparators

``````3 < 4
5 >= 5
10 == 10
12 != 13``````

Boolean operators

``````True or False
(3 < 4) and (5 >= 5)
this() and not that()``````

Conditional statements

``````if this_might_be_true():
print "This really is true."
elif that_might_be_true():
print "That is true."
else:
print "None of the above."``````

Let’s get to the grand finale.

### Instructions

1.

In the workspace to your right, there is the outline of a function called `grade_converter()`.

The purpose of this function is to take a number grade (1-100), defined by the variable `grade`, and to return the appropriate letter grade (A, B, C, D, or F).

Your task is to complete the function by creating appropriate `if` and `elif` statements that will compare the input `grade` with a number and then return a letter grade.

• 90 or higher should get an “A”
• 80 - 89 should get a “B”
• 70 - 79 should get a “C”
• 65 - 69 should get a “D”
• Anything below a 65 should receive an “F”