### My issue

Am I wrong in saying that this statement given as one of the answers is incorrect:

‘If 3X = 2Y, then the minimum amount to be paid is 3X.’

The assignment operator (=) is used instead of strict equality operator (==).

The statement is essentially saying:

if ((3 * X) = (2 * Y)) { // then amount to be paid is this }

but this expression cannot evaluate to true since it is syntactically incorrect, it can only throw a syntax error.

if X * 3 == 2 * Y then this is the minimum price since the prices are equal.

Please let me know if my understanding is correct or if I am seeing this in the wrong way.

Learning course: Logic Building in C

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