# 5.13. Code Practice with Conditionals¶

The following code should print `X is greater than 0`. However, the code has errors. Fix the code so that it compiles and runs correctly.

Line 6 is missing a final `)`. Line 7 is missing a semicolon at the end. Line 9 is missing the starting `"`.

The following code should check your guess against the answer and print that it is too low, correct, or too high. However, the code has errors. Fix the code so that it compiles and runs correctly.

Line 7 is missing the starting `(`. Line 8 is missing the closing `"`. Line 9 should be `==` rather than `=` to test for equality. Line 12 should be `System.out.println`.

The following code should print if you can go out or not. You can go out if you have done your homework and cleaned your room. However, the code has errors. Fix the code so that it compiles and runs correctly.

Line 5 should be `true` not `True`. Lines 10 and 8 should be swapped.

The following code should print if x is in the range of 0 to 10 (including 0 and 10). However, the code has errors. Fix the errors so that the code runs as intended.

Line 5 is missing an end `;`. Line 6 should be `x >= 0`. Line 8 should be `else` instead of `otherwise`.

The following code should print if x is less than 0, equal to 0, or greater than 0. Finish it to work correctly.

One way to solve this is to add an `else if` and then print out if x is equal to 0 and an `else` to print that x is greater than 0 as shown below.

Finish the code below so that it prints `You can go out` if you have a ride or if you can walk and otherwise prints `You can't go out`. Use a logical or to create a complex conditional.

Add an `if` statement and use a logical or (`||`) to join the conditions and print the one message. Also add an `else` statement and print the other message.

Finish the code below to print you can go out if you don’t have homework and you have done the dishes.

Add a conditional with a negation `!` for haveHomework and a logical and to create a complex conditional.

Finish the following code so that it prints `You have a fever` if your temperature is above 100 and otherwise prints `You don't have a fever`.

Add a conditional and print the first message if the temp is above 100 and otherwise print the other message.

Finish the code to print `It is freezing` if the temperature is below 30, `It is cold` if it is below 50, `It is nice out` if it is below 90, or `It is hot`.
Add a conditional with two `else if` statements and a final `else`.
Add a conditional with three `else if` statements and a final `else`.