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2nd part of this challenge is not explained at all in this course!
I did the course 2 times in search of the 2nd challenge resolution, I found that we were not taught how to solve that part. Please let us know if we were not taught a challenge so we don't waste our time looking for the answer in the course. Thank you!
I believe the point of the second part of the challenge is to get you to start thinking on your own and finding answers on your own. That is why you did not find a step by step answer to it before the challenge. It encourages you to do research into the methods that we learned about. In the course, it was mentioned several times that the MDN is a resource to access when you have questions about different methods. If you go to that website and do a search for Math.random(), it will provide you with possible ways to start attacking the challenge problem. Specifically, you will find a section called: "Getting a random integer between two values, inclusive", which should be able to start you on the path to solving the second part of the challenge. Good luck!
Jonathan GrieveTreehouse Moderator 91,250 Points
- prompt() dialogue to collect user input
- parseInt() function to convert the input to an integer
- Math.random() method to create a random number
The rest is up to you. Good luck with the challenge! :-)
jack jones692 Points
i'm still having a problem with it if someone has an answer i would be glad to hear it.
Matthew Cramer1,075 Points
I was very disappointed/frustrated in it as well. Not nearly enough previous training/education to handle the challenge.