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# Boolean Logic 2

I am working on the problem referencing humidity. The Task: Complete the code to output "norm" if the taken percent of humidity is in the range of 40 and 60 inclusive. Don't output anything otherwise. My Code: humidity = int(input()) #your code goes here if humidity >= 40 or humidty < 60: print("norm") else: print())

9/10/2021 11:32:37 AM

Devin Robinson

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That worked thanks. its the small detail stuff sometimes. ill try to pay closer attention.

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Hi Devin! When you're trying to connect to condition using logical operators you have to compare both integers. Range of 40 and 60 inclusive means 60 must be included [40,60]. So, your condition needs to be if humidity >=40 and humidity <=60: Here it is your working code. humidity = int(input()) #your code goes here if humidity >= 40 and humidty <= 60: print("norm") else: print()

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Oh ok that makes sense thank you

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humidity = int(input()) if humidity>=40 and humidity<60: print("norm") it will work 100% i garentee