Performing operations on three variables

(Display Figure 5.)

The code in Figure 5 declares and initializes three variables named A, B, and C.

The variables A and B are each of type Number.

They are given values of 5 and 2 respectively. 

Thus, the values in these two variables are not equal to one another.

The variable named C is of type Boolean.

Its initial value is immaterial because that value will be overwritten by the code in Figure 5 when the program is run.