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# JS Assignment 3: Introduction to Control Flow-1 ## No description

main.js
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```
```function exampleExercise(value){
// !!! This is an example exercise, we will show you how to complete the following exercises here.
// !!! There is NO need to write any code for this exercise.
// !!! This exercise is ALREADY complete, Use this as reference to complete the others.

// In this exercise, you will be given a variable, it will be called: value
// On the next line create a variable called 'notEqualTo' and using a comparison operator, check to see if value is not equal to 'green'.
// Assign the results of that to 'notEqualTo'
let notEqualTo = value !== 'green';

return notEqualTo;
}

function exerciseOne(value){
// In this exercise, you will be given a variable, it will be called: value
// On the next line create a variable called 'greaterThan' and using a comparison operator, check to see if value is greater than 5.
// Assign the results of that to 'greaterThan'
let greaterThan = value > 5;

return greaterThan;
}

function exerciseTwo(value){
// In this exercise, you will be given a variable, it will be called: value
// On the next line create a variable called 'lessThan' and using a comparison operator, check to see if value is less than 20.
// Assign the results of that to 'lessThan'
let lessThan = value < 20;

return lessThan;
}

function exerciseThree(value){
// In this exercise, you will be given a variable, it will be called: value
// On the next line create a variable called 'equalTo' and using a comparison operator, check to see if value is equal to 37.
// Assign the results of that to 'equalTo'
let equalTo = value === 37;

return equalTo;
}

function exerciseFour(value){
let greaterThanFive = false;
// In this exercise, you will be given a variable, it will be called: value
// You will also be given a variable named: greaterThanFive
// Using an 'if' statement check to see if the value is greater than 5. If it is, re-assign greaterThanFive the boolean true.
if(value > 5);
let greaterThanFive = true;
return greaterThanFive;
}

function exerciseFive(name){
let isSondra = false;
// In this exercise, you will be given a variable, it will be called: name
// You will also be given a variable named: isSondra
// Using an 'if' statement check to see if the name is equal to the string 'Sondra'. If it is, re-assign isSondra the boolean true.
if (name ='Sondra');
return true;
else;