Need help with writing booleans in java

so I'm writing code this is the prompt:

Write a short quiz program that asks three true/false questions and stores the user's answers as booleans. At the end of the program, it should print the user's answers with the correct answers.

Note: you should use the same quiz questions and correct answers as the sample run below.

Sample run:

Java is a programming language, true or false?
Only numbers can be stored by variables in Java, true or false?
There are only 2 possible values that can be held by a boolean variable, true or false?
Question 1 - Your answer: true. Correct answer: true
Question 2 - Your answer: true. Correct answer: false
Question 3 - Your answer: false. Correct answer: true

the only code I have is listed below and i'm not sure if is right either. I'm just confused please help. Thanks.

/ Lesson 3 Coding Activity Question 3 /

import java.util.Scanner;

public class U1_L3_Activity_Three{
public static void main(String[] args){



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Answered by SixBeeps [earned 5 cycles]
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@MadisonLouton Hi,
On line 5 of your code,
Instead of this:-

Turn into this:-

This will automatically make t and f into boolean variables in the later use.

That's it.

Hope this helps