Problem with one of the exercises for conditional statement

Here is the exercise -
In the code editor, we’ve already initialized the variable a_price with a value of 0. Transcribe the following sentences into code by making use of if statements:

  1. If a_price is equal to 0, then print the string 'This is free' (remember to use the == operator for equality).
  2. If a_price is equal to 1, then print the string 'This is not free'.

My result -

1 a_price = 0
2 if a_price == 0:
3    print('This is Free')
4 if a_price == 1:
5    print('This is not Free')

So when I submit the answer - I get this message
The output of your code didn’t match what we expected.

So I checked for the answer and it shows that my answer is correct.
So I don’t understand why it displayed that message - The output of your code didn’t match what we expected.

By the way I did indent the print statements not sure why it doesn’t get indented in the knowledge base.

Edited your post to indicate markdown for python. Now, the code is indented.

Do you have the reference link to the mission or exercise?

From your code below, all looks good.

Here is the link - https://app.dataquest.io/m/313/conditional-statements/2/booleans

The code below works:

a_price = 0
if a_price == 0:
    print("This is free")
if a_price == 1:
    print("This is not free")

@dseto200, found your error.

You need to match the string exactly. Replace Free with free.

a_price = 0
if a_price == 0:
    print("This is free")
if a_price == 1:
    print("This is not free")

Thanks alvinctk. Darn forgot the basic part ugh.