## Making Choices

# Choice Operators

Create the following variables:

```
w = 10.2
x = 1.3
y = 2.8
z = 17.5
dna1 = 'attattaggaccaca'
dna2 = 'attattaggaacaca'
species1 = 'diplodocus'
species2 = 'tyrannosaurus'
```

Use them to print whether or not the following statements are

`True`

or `False`

:

`w`

is greater than 10
`w`

+ `x`

is less than 15
`x`

is greater than `y`

- 2 *
`x`

+ 0.2 is equal to `y`

`dna1`

is the same as `dna2`

`dna1`

is not the same as `dna2`

- The number of occurrences of the base t is the same in
`dna1`

and
`dna2`

`x`

times `w`

is between 13.2 and 13.5
`species2`

comes before `species1`

alphabetically
`w`

is greater than `x`

, and `y`

is greater than `z`

`dna1`

is longer than 5 bases, or `z`

is less than `w`

* `x`

,
or both
- The combined length of
`dna1`

and `dna2`

is greater than or equal to 30
- (
`w`

+ `x`

+ `y`

) divided by the logarithm (base 10) of 100 is
equal to 7.15
- The GC content (which is always a percentage) of
`dna1`

is not the
same as the GC content of `dna2`

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