Challenge: Positive, Negative or Zero | 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: Positive, Negative or Zero

Recall the exercise from two chapters back. In that challenge, you crafted an `if`/`else` statement to determine if a number was even or odd. Now, let's create another conditional structure that identifies zeros, positive numbers, and negative numbers.

Design an `if`/`elif`/`else` statement to assess whether the number `num` is positive, negative, or zero.

• If `num` is negative, print `"The number num is negative"`.
• If `num` is positive, print `"The number num is positive"`.
• If `num` is `0`, print `"The number num is zero"`.

To accomplish this, fill in the blanks (indicated by `___`) in the `print()` functions with the appropriate terms.

Design an `if`/`elif`/`else` statement to assess whether the number `num` is positive, negative, or zero.

• If `num` is negative, print `"The number num is negative"`.
• If `num` is positive, print `"The number num is positive"`.
• If `num` is `0`, print `"The number num is zero"`.

To accomplish this, fill in the blanks (indicated by `___`) in the `print()` functions with the appropriate terms.

Everything was clear?

Section 3. Chapter 11

# Challenge: Positive, Negative or Zero

Recall the exercise from two chapters back. In that challenge, you crafted an `if`/`else` statement to determine if a number was even or odd. Now, let's create another conditional structure that identifies zeros, positive numbers, and negative numbers.

Design an `if`/`elif`/`else` statement to assess whether the number `num` is positive, negative, or zero.

• If `num` is negative, print `"The number num is negative"`.
• If `num` is positive, print `"The number num is positive"`.
• If `num` is `0`, print `"The number num is zero"`.

To accomplish this, fill in the blanks (indicated by `___`) in the `print()` functions with the appropriate terms.

Design an `if`/`elif`/`else` statement to assess whether the number `num` is positive, negative, or zero.

• If `num` is negative, print `"The number num is negative"`.
• If `num` is positive, print `"The number num is positive"`.
• If `num` is `0`, print `"The number num is zero"`.

To accomplish this, fill in the blanks (indicated by `___`) in the `print()` functions with the appropriate terms.

Everything was clear?

Section 3. Chapter 11

# Challenge: Positive, Negative or Zero

Recall the exercise from two chapters back. In that challenge, you crafted an `if`/`else` statement to determine if a number was even or odd. Now, let's create another conditional structure that identifies zeros, positive numbers, and negative numbers.

Design an `if`/`elif`/`else` statement to assess whether the number `num` is positive, negative, or zero.

• If `num` is negative, print `"The number num is negative"`.
• If `num` is positive, print `"The number num is positive"`.
• If `num` is `0`, print `"The number num is zero"`.

To accomplish this, fill in the blanks (indicated by `___`) in the `print()` functions with the appropriate terms.

Design an `if`/`elif`/`else` statement to assess whether the number `num` is positive, negative, or zero.

• If `num` is negative, print `"The number num is negative"`.
• If `num` is positive, print `"The number num is positive"`.
• If `num` is `0`, print `"The number num is zero"`.

To accomplish this, fill in the blanks (indicated by `___`) in the `print()` functions with the appropriate terms.

Everything was clear?

Recall the exercise from two chapters back. In that challenge, you crafted an `if`/`else` statement to determine if a number was even or odd. Now, let's create another conditional structure that identifies zeros, positive numbers, and negative numbers.

Design an `if`/`elif`/`else` statement to assess whether the number `num` is positive, negative, or zero.
• If `num` is negative, print `"The number num is negative"`.
• If `num` is positive, print `"The number num is positive"`.
• If `num` is `0`, print `"The number num is zero"`.
To accomplish this, fill in the blanks (indicated by `___`) in the `print()` functions with the appropriate terms.