## exercises

### five

Write a program called `five.py`

that tells you if the number you
entered is greater than five:

>>> %Run five.py
Enter a number greater than five: **4**
False
>>> %Run five.py
Enter a number greater than five: **5**
False
>>> %Run five.py
Enter a number greater than five: **34**
True

Hint: write a boolean expression that will be `True`

if the number the user types is greater than `5`

.

Show solution

```
num = int(input("Enter a number greater than five: "))
print(num > 5)
```

### boolean expressions

Write a program that takes two numbers and gives you the results of three different comparisons:

Enter a number: **4**
Enter another number: **5**
4 is less than 5: True
4 is equal to 5: False
4 is greater than 5: False

### more five

Use an `if`

statement to make `five.py`

more interesting:

>>> %Run five.py
Enter a number greater than five: **6**
good job
>>> %Run five.py
Enter a number greater than five: **4**
moron

Show solution

```
num = int(input("Enter a number greater than five: "))
if num > 5:
print("good job")
else:
print("moron")
```

### high-low part 2

Make `hilo.py`

tell you if you guessed correctly or not:

>>> *%Run hilo.py*
Pick a number: **7**
Wrong! The computer's number was 64
>>> *%Run hilo.py*
Pick a number: **64**
You got it right!

Show solution

```
computer_number = 64
guess = int(input("Pick a number: "))
if guess == computer_number:
print("You got it right!")
else:
print("Wrong! The computer's number was", computer_number)
```

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