What is the output of the following python code?

x = 5

y = x > 3

print(y)

a) 5

b) 3

c) True

d) False

### Solution and Explanation:

The output of the given Python code will be:

True

Explanation:

x = 5: Assigns the value 5 to the variable x.

y = x > 3: Compares whether the value of x is greater than 3 and assigns the result (True or False) to the variable y.

print(y): Prints the value of y.

In this case, x is indeed greater than 3 (as x is 5), so the comparison x > 3 evaluates to True. Therefore, the output of the code is True. So, the correct option is:

c) True

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