What are operators? → Symbols that allow you to combine and transform values.
What binary operators do you know? → “Is greater than” >, “Is less than” <, “Greater than or equal to” >=, “Less than or equal to” <=, “Equal to” ==, and “Not equal to” !=
What logical operators do you know? → And &&, Or , Not !
Boolean Expressions Reading assignment
1.Operators are symbols used to compare something that is greater, less or equal than other things.
2. >  greater, <  less, >= greater than or equal, <= less than or equal, == equal to, != not equal to
3. && that means and,  that means or, ? 1 conditional operator
An operator is something applied to a value or values to change the value or to demonstrate a relation between values.
Binary operators I know: +, /, , *, <, >, [greater than or equal], [less than or equal].
Logical operators I know: &&, ││, ! (and, or, and not).
 operators manipulate values to produce a new value.`
 binary operators:
 Assignment operators
 Comparison operators
 Arithmetic operators
 Bitwise operators
 Logical operators
 String operators
 Conditional (ternary) operator
 Comma operator
 Unary operators
 Relational operators
 Logical operators

 && (AND)

  (OR)

 ! (NOT)
What are operators?
operators act on two values of variables. +,, *, etc are operators.
What binary operators do you know?
+,
What logical operators do you know?
&&, 
 Operators are reserved characters that call functions that perform arithmetical or logical operations over provided operands
 +,,*,/,%, >,<, ==, !=, >=, <=, , &&,…
 , &&, ?:, ==, !=, ===, !==,…
 What are operators?
Can be described has the action to calculate or evaluate one(unary), two (binary) or more variables or values.  What binary operators do you know?
Addition(+), Subtraction(), Multiply(*), Division (/), Modus (%, division remainder), increment (++), decrement(–). Also all the comparative operators.  What logical operators do you know?
AND (&&), OR () or NOT (!).
1 Operators are used to assign values, compare values, perform arithmetic operations, and more
2 Binary operator:
comparison operators
Equal (==)
Not equal (!=)
Less than (<)
Greater than (>)
Greater than or equal to (>=)
Less than or equal to (<=)
Arithmetic operators:
Plus (+)
Minus ()
Multiplication (*)
Divide (/)
Modulus (%)
Increment (++)
Decrement (–)
3 Logical Operators:
AND (&&)
OR ()
NOT (!)
1 Operators allow the programmer to manipulate values and variables, such as addition (+), subtraction (), or even binary outcomes (true or false) in the case of boolean operators. These can be greater than (>), lower than (<) and many many others.
2 +, , *, /, %, ++, , <, >, =, ===, ==, etc
3 and (&&), or (), not (!)
1. What are operators?
Operators are the action that takes place in an expression. i.e. Adam > Zoey
In this case > is the (comparison) operator)
2. What binary operators do you know?
Arithmetic ( *, –, …), sting (+), assignment (=, *=, …), comparison (==, !=, …), logical operators (, &&).
3. What logical operators do you know?
 = logical or
&& = logical and
! = logical not
1, Operators are used to assign values, compare values and perform arithmetic operations and many more.
2, Arithmetic operators are binary operators, such as +, , *, /, >, <, =. Boolean operators are binary operators as well, e.g. “yes”, “no”
3, &&, , !
I am little confused. So, are binary operators broader and also include logical operators?
What are operators?
Operators “do something” with values.
What binary operators do you know?
Boolean
What logical operators do you know?
And &&, or , not !, tenary ?:.
What are operators?
Between values you put operators that calculate and create new values
What binary operators do you know?
 Addition
 Subtraction
 Multiplication
/ Division
% Modulus (Division Remainder)
++ Increment
– Decrement
What logical operators do you know?
&&  !
What are operators?
there are different operators in JavaScript, arithmetic operations are math functions. There are operators for assigning value to variables and etc. And operators for comparing values.
What binary operators do you know?
arithmetic operators and comparison operators such as +  / % > < == etc…
What logical operators do you know?
and, or, and not (&&, , and ! )
What are operators?
Operators act on values (also called operands). Simple examples of operators include simple arithmetic (+, ) , comparison (<. =) and logical operations (AND, OR).
What binary operators do you know?
In the Firefox console I played around with the equal (==), not equal (!=), greater than (>), less than (<), greater than or equal to (>=), less than or equal to (<=) operators with a combination of arithmetic operators such as addition (+), subtraction (), multiplication (*) , division (/), modulus (%), increment (++) & decrement (–).
What logical operators do you know?
I learned about 3 different logical operators:  (or), && (and) and ! (not). I also learned how they are used to return a boolean value! Ex. true  false = true, whereas true && false = false.
1. What are operators?
Operators are used to assign values, compare values, perform arithmetic operations etc.
2. What binary operators do you know?
+, , *, /, %, ++, , <,>,
3. What logical operators do you know?
&&, , ! (and, or, not)

What are operators?
JS operators allow to assign values, do arithmetic calculations, compare values, etc. 
What binary operators do you know?
Most JS operators are binary. This list includes, but not exhaustive, the following binary operators: arithmetic operators (=  * / % ), comparison operators (< ,>, <=, >=, !=, !==, ===), logical operators (&&, ,) , etc. 
What logical operators do you know?
And (&&)
Or ()
Not (!)
What are operators?
Operators are the symbols which tell the computer to execute certain mathematical or logical operators.
A mathematical or logical expression is generally formed with the help of an operator
What binary operators do you know?
The most commonly known binary operators are:
Comma (,); modulus (%); bitwise AND; multiplication (*); addition (+); substraction (); less than(<); greater than(>); and exclusive OR(^).
What logical operators do you know?
The most commonly known logical operators are: AND, OR and NOT
1.Operators are terms which allow values to “work”. With operators you can perform operations on them.
2. < > <= >= != ==
3. && 