When the outcomes are different by different acts or different inputs, we use ‘if’ to set the right outcomes for each acting
Also use it to distinguish particular numbers into different categories, such as odd or even.
‘If’ is necessary to use, but if there are different categories than two to distribute, you also can use ‘else’ and ‘elif’
After you use those three: ‘if, else, elif, you have to change the line and indent
Since Python can judge simple things in math, it automatically says true or false to something *example for simple judgment: python will say false for 3>2 <- this expression