No. You need 4 cups of flour and 2 cups of sugar. Now you have more than enough flour, but not enough sugar, so you can't follow the recipe.

In order to bake cookies two things must be true:

- You must have 4 or more cups of flour.
- You must have 2 or more cups of sugar.

If just one of these is false, then you do not have enough ingredients. Here is a simulation of the cookie program. Enter some values for sugar and flour and see if you can bake cookies. Use only integers as input.

The symbol `&&`

means **AND**.
The `if`

statement asks a question with two parts:

`if ( flour >= 4 `**&&** sugar >= 2 )
---------- ----------
flour part sugar part

Each part is a **relational expression**.
A relational expression
uses a relational operator
to compute a *true* or *false* value.
The entire expression between parentheses is also a boolean
expression.
A boolean expression is often composed
of smaller boolean expressions.
This is similar to human language where compound sentences
are made from smaller sentences.

Say that you enter 9 for `flour`

and 1 for `sugar`

.
What value (true or false) does each part give you?