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

Bodie Wood
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Bodie Wood
Full Stack JavaScript Techdegree Student 4,024 Points

Shouldn't your last else if statement for ranking have the condition (count >= 1) not (count >= 2)?

This is my code and it works great:

let rank = ""; if(score === 5){ rank = "Gold"; }else if(score >= 3){ rank = "Silver"; }else if(score >= 1) { rank = "Bronze"; }else{ rank = "No crown"; }

I think your last else if statement needs to be (score >= 1), not (score >=2 )

1 Answer

Mark Sebeck
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Mark Sebeck
Treehouse Moderator 32,258 Points

hi Bodie. Nice catch you are correct. If you take a look at the teachers notes the correction is there

if ( correct === 5 ) {
  rank = "Gold"; 
} else if ( correct >= 3 ) {
  rank = "Silver";  
} else if ( correct >= 1 ) { // check for 1-2 correct
  rank = "Bronze";  
} else {
  rank = "None :(";
}