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# Create a new function named max which accepts two numbers as arguments (you can name the arguments, whatever you would l

Create a new function named max which accepts two numbers as arguments (you can name the arguments, whatever you would like). The function should return the larger of the two numbers.

HINT: You'll need to use a conditional statement to test the 2 parameters to see which is the larger of the two.

script.js
```function max(n1 , n2){
var n1 = prompt("Enter n1");
var n2 = prompt("Eneter n2");

If (parseInt(n1) > parseInt(n2){

}
``` Don't worry bhupendra rana

Programming is meant to be taken in a passive manner, not in a rushing manner. Take as many breaks as you need and ask as many questions as you want. We're always here to help!  For this quiz, you don't need to overthink the question. I'll show you step by step on what to do.

First it's asking to create a `function` named `max` that accepts two numbers as arguments

```function max(n1, n2) {

}
```

and finally it's asking to use a conditional statement to output the largest number

```function max(n1, n2) {
if(n1 > n2) { //if variable n1 is larger than variable n2
return n1; //return or give me this variable/number back.
} else {  //if not
return n2  //return me this variable
}
}
```