Incorrect result when writing a mathematical reasoning if-then statement between numbers properties

Issue:  Using a pair of apostrophes while mathematically comparing two numbers.

Fix:      When writing a logical mathematical reasoning between numbers only, don't express properties in a pair of apostrophes. A pair of apostrophes is used to express strings or texts only.

Example 1: Test 1 property is the CORRECT way of writing an if-then statement's mathematical comparison between two numbers only properties. Texts results are displayed inside a pair of apostrophes. Example 2: Test property gives an INCORRECT result. The if-then statement with apostrophes understands the result of property a : 7 (ONE text/string) and compares it with the result of property b : 6 instead of the whole number 60 (TWO texts/strings). Example 3: Test property gives a CORRECT result. The if-then statement with apostrophes understands the result of property a : 17 (TWO texts/strings) and compares it with the result of property b : 60 (TWO texts/strings). 