Why is `1 + 1 ? 1 : 0 + 1`

equal to `1`

and not `3`

? It’s correct that it returns if I wrap the expression `1 ? 1 : 0`

with parentheses. But why is that needed? What is actually blocking the process to parse it correctly?

### >Solution :

**Because** js first calculate 1 + 1 and after that check RESULT is true? if it is true, select **1**.

1+1 is the truthy result

The falsy values in JavaScript are 0, 0n, null, undefined, false, NaN, and the empty string ""