Just installed SASS, but can't get it's version

So I installed SASS from the terminal, just gem install sass And I see it says Successfully installed sass-3.2.9. However when I then do sass --version or sass --vI get this error:

-bash: sass: command not found

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    Got the answer!

    $ brew --prefix ruby
    $ stat -f%Y /usr/local/opt/ruby
    $ export PATH=/usr/local/opt/ruby/bin:$PATH
    $ which sass
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