Challenge: Grocery Store | Conditional Statements
Introduction to Python

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Introduction to Python

## Introduction to Python

1. First Acquaintance
2. Variables and Types
3. Conditional Statements
4. Other Data Types
5. Loops
6. Functions

# Challenge: Grocery Store

Suppose you run a small grocery store with daily expenses of \$2000. If your daily revenue is less than \$2000, you're operating at a loss; otherwise, you're turning a profit. Let's craft an `if`/`else` statement to reflect this situation.

Set up a conditional statement to determine if the `revenue` variable is below `2000`.

• If it is, display the message `"We're operating at a loss!"`.
• Otherwise, display the message `"Everything is good!"`.

Please refrain from altering the `revenue` value.

Set up a conditional statement to determine if the `revenue` variable is below `2000`.

• If it is, display the message `"We're operating at a loss!"`.
• Otherwise, display the message `"Everything is good!"`.

Please refrain from altering the `revenue` value.

Everything was clear?

Section 3. Chapter 7

# Challenge: Grocery Store

Suppose you run a small grocery store with daily expenses of \$2000. If your daily revenue is less than \$2000, you're operating at a loss; otherwise, you're turning a profit. Let's craft an `if`/`else` statement to reflect this situation.

Set up a conditional statement to determine if the `revenue` variable is below `2000`.

• If it is, display the message `"We're operating at a loss!"`.
• Otherwise, display the message `"Everything is good!"`.

Please refrain from altering the `revenue` value.

Set up a conditional statement to determine if the `revenue` variable is below `2000`.

• If it is, display the message `"We're operating at a loss!"`.
• Otherwise, display the message `"Everything is good!"`.

Please refrain from altering the `revenue` value.

Everything was clear?

Section 3. Chapter 7

# Challenge: Grocery Store

Suppose you run a small grocery store with daily expenses of \$2000. If your daily revenue is less than \$2000, you're operating at a loss; otherwise, you're turning a profit. Let's craft an `if`/`else` statement to reflect this situation.

Set up a conditional statement to determine if the `revenue` variable is below `2000`.

• If it is, display the message `"We're operating at a loss!"`.
• Otherwise, display the message `"Everything is good!"`.

Please refrain from altering the `revenue` value.

Set up a conditional statement to determine if the `revenue` variable is below `2000`.

• If it is, display the message `"We're operating at a loss!"`.
• Otherwise, display the message `"Everything is good!"`.

Please refrain from altering the `revenue` value.

Everything was clear?

Suppose you run a small grocery store with daily expenses of \$2000. If your daily revenue is less than \$2000, you're operating at a loss; otherwise, you're turning a profit. Let's craft an `if`/`else` statement to reflect this situation.

Set up a conditional statement to determine if the `revenue` variable is below `2000`.
• If it is, display the message `"We're operating at a loss!"`.
• Otherwise, display the message `"Everything is good!"`.
Please refrain from altering the `revenue` value.