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JavaScript JavaScript Basics Making Decisions in Your Code with Conditional Statements The Conditional Challenge Solution

Donovan Jackson
Donovan Jackson
Courses Plus Student 4,534 Points

I think you left out the Bronze crown for getting 1 answer correct.

I could be wrong, but i think you overlooked the condition of whether someone only got 1 answer correct. Your bronze crown conditional was (correct >=2) instead of (correct >=1).

1 Answer

Lee Vaughn
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Lee Vaughn
Treehouse Teacher

Hey Donovan Jackson!

You are correct. This difference is actually noted in the Teacher's Notes for the video along with an updated example of what the solution code would look like.

Good eye and thanks for pointing out this potential issue!