Now let’s review comparators / relational operators. We’ve turned the tables a bit!
Remember, comparators need to compare two values to each other to result in
10 > 8 # true 8 > 10 # false 8 == 10 # false 8 != 10 # true
We’re letting you know what value (
false) we want each variable to have, and your job is to add an expression that evaluates to the correct value using comparators.