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# What is wrong?

var numberOne = prompt("Whatis the firs number"); var numberTwo = prompt("What is the second number"); var result = Method.floor(Method.random()* numberOne) + numberTwo; alert(result); Hi Phillip,

Use need to replace 'Method' by 'Math' as below and that should get rid of the error for you. floor() and random() are math functions.

```var numberOne = prompt("Whatis the firs number");

var numberTwo = prompt("What is the second number");

var result = Math.floor(Math.random() * numberOne) + numberTwo;

```

Also you can use Google Chrome's console (Ctrl + Shift + I) on windows to debug JavaScript snippets like these

Hope that helps, all the best :)

Hey, thank you for a reply. I think I didn't get the idea. Since the task is to generate a random number between variables numberOne and numberTwo;

You also have to parse "numberOne" and "numberTwo" into integers. The "prompt" method returns a string and you need an integer. That's my solution to the problem:

```var input = parseInt(prompt("Type a number: ")); // asks the user for a number, parses it into an int and stores it in the variable named input
var secondInput = parseInt(prompt("Type another number: ")); // asks the user for a second number, parses it into an int and stores it in a variable named secondInput
var randomNumber = Math.floor(Math.random() * input) + secondInput; // generates a random number between the first input and the second number and rounds it down

alert("Your random lucky number is: " + randomNumber); // opens a diagonal box displaying the random number
```

Hope I helped :)