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# My solution to the quiz task

```// generate random number
function randomNumber(upper, lower) {
return Math.floor(Math.random() * (upper - lower + 1)) + lower;
}

// get inputs from user and display the result
function getNumbers() {
var num1 = parseInt(prompt('Enter first number'));
var num2 = parseInt(prompt('Enter second number'));
var upperNum = Math.max(num1, num2);
var lowerNum = Math.min(num1, num2);
console.log(randomNumber(upperNum, lowerNum));
}

// run it 5 times
getNumbers();
getNumbers();
getNumbers();
getNumbers();
getNumbers();
```

I havn't checked it extensively but it seems to be working as expected. Is there anything i can do to streamline the code while maintaning the same functionality?

Maybe you could add a for loop instead of the five calls:

```for (i = 0; i < 5; i++) {
getNumbers();
}
```

removes a few lines

I haven't got that far in the course yet where they cover loops but it looks simple enough to understand so thanks for the introduction to using them :). I've implemented your code into it now and set it to 10. Saves a whole bunch of repeated code.

I had considered using conditionals for checking min and max but i ended up trying out the Math.max & Math.min which i stumbled across earlier in the week but didn't have cause to use them at the time. Thanks for the example though :)

At the end of your code, Shivang, you don't need to create a variable called numArgument, nothing is being returned anyway. Just call the function...

```randomNumber(num1, num2);
```

Keep up the good work.

Very readable, great job. I like your descriptive variable and function names!