1. Boolean expressions are often used to _____ numbers, boolean values, String values, other objects and data types
2. Given the following code, the following boolean expression would evaluate to 'true'. varThree > Two
3. Refer to the code above. The following expression would evaluate to true. varTwo > varThree
4. Once again, refer to the code in question 2, which statement is correct about the following boolean expression: varThree + varTwo > varOne
5. It is possible to use the logical complement(!) on an int value. E.g. !varTwo
6. Boolean variables are variables that can be either 'true' or 'false'.
7. Consider the code below. What is the output?
8. Consider the code below. What is the output?
9. What does the expression (7 != 14) evaluate to?
11. Which is correct, given the following context.
12. Select the correct answer
13. This code snippet returns an error. True or False?
14. Always use == when when comparing strings, not equals.
15. What is the following code demonstrating?