Thread: Compound if statements View Single Post
 03-24-2013, 10:04 PM PM User | #2 KULP Regular Coder   Join Date: Mar 2012 Posts: 168 Thanks: 5 Thanked 11 Times in 11 Posts Well let's take a look... Code: `if price500g * 2 < price1kg AND price750g + 250` Change the bold to price750g*(4/3) . This would give us the price for 1000g (equivalent). Code: `price750g + price750g / 3 < price500g * 2 and price1kg then` We found the price of 500g in the first part, so you don't need to multiply price500g*2, instead we need to divide price1kg by two. Code: `price1kg < price500g * 2 AND price750g + price750g / 3` The first part looks good but for the second part we need to multiply price750g by four and divide that by 3. For example... Code: ```price500g price750g price1kg if(price500g < (price750g*2/3) && price500g < price1kg/2) bestBuy = price500g; else if() . . . else if() . . .``` Of course the programming language would determine exactly how that looks.
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