How to program in C# challenge #5 – How to make it work both ways?

Updated on January 8, 2018 in General
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So I tried to minimalize the code size needed for the challenge, also only using what was already taught. I also used numberGenerator.Next for an unintended purpose, but it somewhat worked out.

Things is, it only works for values that are higher, and not that are lower.

I figure I can add some more numbers, and then copy and reverse some things so the code also works the other way, but I have a feeling this is solvable right about now and I’m just too bad at math to figure out the solution.

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Start:

Random numberGenerator = new Random();

int num01 = numberGenerator.Next(1, 11);
int num02 = numberGenerator.Next(1, 11);
int num03 = numberGenerator.Next(1, 11);
int num04 = numberGenerator.Next(-100000, 1000000);

Console.WriteLine(“What is ” + num01 + ” times ” + num02 + “?”);

int answer = Convert.ToInt32(Console.ReadLine());

if (answer == num01 * num02)
{

Console.WriteLine(“Correct!”);

}
else if (answer < num01 * num02 + num03)
{
Console.WriteLine(“So close!”);
}
else if (answer < num01 * num02 + num04)
{
Console.WriteLine(“Too far from the answer!”);
}

Console.ReadKey();

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