# Python Beginner Tutorial # 3: if, Else, Elif Statements

### If Statement

if statements are typically used with logical operators

```x = 10
y = 15
if y > x:
print("y is greater than x")

a = 50
b = 25
if b < a:
print("a is greater than b")
if a !=b:
print("Not Equal")

```
##### Output :
```y is greater than x
a is greater than b
Not Equal
```

### Elif

Elif statements tell Python what to do when condition is False

```a = 50
b = 25
if b == a:
print("Equal")
elif a != b :
print("Not Equal")
```
##### Output :
```Not Equal
```

### Else

can be added after Elif statement or can be use with an if statement by itself

```a = 50
b = 25
if b == a:
print("Equal")
elif a <= b :
print("Equal")
else :
print("Not Equal")

x = 50
y = 45
if y > x:
print("y Greater than")
else :
print("x Greater than")
```
##### Output :
```Not Equal
x Greater than
```

### Multiple if Statements

```x = 20
y = 75
if x > y:
print("X Greater")
if y > x:
print("y Greater")
```
##### Output :
```y Greater
```

### Nested If

Is an if statement with in another if statement.

```Revenue = 500

if Revenue > 100:
print("Fair")
if Revenue > 200:
print("Good")
else:
print("\$\$\$")
```
```Fair
Good
```