Question: if you want to check whether x is greater than...
If you want to check whether x is greater than 10, and y is greater than 5, you can write the Python expression
(x > 10) and (y > 5)
If x has the value 20, and y has the value 17, this evaluates to True.
But what if we accidentally wrote it as:
(x > 10) + (y > 5)
What would this expression evaluate to, assuming the same values for x and y)?