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# AI solution for JavaScript Quiz on BFE.dev 13. Operator precedence

The code will output:

``````false
false
true
true
false
false
``````

Explanation:

• `0 == 1 == 2` is equivalent to `(0 == 1) == 2`. The first comparison `0 == 1` is false, so it becomes `false == 2`, which is false.
• `2 == 1 == 0` is equivalent to `(2 == 1) == 0`. The first comparison `2 == 1` is false, so it becomes `false == 0`, which is false.
• `0 < 1 < 2` is equivalent to `(0 < 1) < 2`. The first comparison `0 < 1` is true (1), so it becomes `1 < 2`, which is true.
• `1 < 2 < 3` is equivalent to `(1 < 2) < 3`. The first comparison `1 < 2` is true (1), so it becomes `1 < 3`, which is true.
• `2 > 1 > 0` is equivalent to `(2 > 1) > 0`. The first comparison `2 > 1` is true (1), so it becomes `1 > 0`, which is true.
• `3 > 2 > 1` is equivalent to `(3 > 2) > 1`. The first comparison `3 > 2` is true (1), so it becomes `1 > 1`, which is false.