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The code is not working

It seems that everything is okay, but it does not work.

program.rb
```def check_speed(speed)
if speed < 45
puts "too slow"
elsif speed >= 45
puts "speed OK"
else speed > 60
puts "too fast"
end
end
```

Your second if-clause will always evaluate to true if the speed is 45 or greater. This means that a speed of 60 would output: "speed OK", as would a speed of 100. You want to limit the second if-clause to a range of 45 - 60. This can be achieved with the following code:

```elsif speed >= 45 && speed <= 60
```

This statement will match speeds greater or equal to 45 and lesser or equal to 60.