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```def split_check (total, number):
if number <=1:
raise ValueError("Need more than 1 person")
if total <=0:
raise ValueError("the money must be more than \$0")
return (total/number)

try:
total = float(input("What is the total?"))
number = int(input("how many people?"))
amount_due = split_check (total,number)
except ValueError as err:
print ("not a valid value")
print("({})".format(err))
else:
print ("Each person owes \${}".format(amount_due))
```

So when I enter -200 for the total and 0 for the number, it only prints out the line "Need more than 1 person" and it doesn't print out the "the money must be more than \$0".

What should I do if I want both of them to show up? Thanks.

One way would be to check for the 2nd condition within the first conditional:

```def split_check (total, number):
if number <=1:
if total <=0:
raise ValueError("Need more than 1 person and the money must be more than \$0")
raise ValueError("Need more than 1 person")
if total <=0:
raise ValueError("the money must be more than \$0")
return (total/number)
```

Thank you :D