# Condition on 4 numbers

I have two variables which must display an integer.

The two variables must be in 2 ranges `30...40` and `60...80`

For example:

If the first number displays `35` and the second number `65`. The condition is `true`.

Another example:

If the first number displays `35` and the second `110`, the condition is `false`.

My problem is that for the first number, I initialize the value to `35` and the second to `65` and I obtain a `false` instead of `true`.

``````let nb1 = 35;
let nb2 = 65;

if( (nb1 >= 30 && nb1 <= 40 && nb1 >= 60 && nb1 <= 80)  && (nb2 >= 30
&& nb2 <= 40 && nb2 >= 60 && nb2 <= 80)  ){
console.log(true);
} else {
console.log(false);
}
``````

What is wrong with my condition?

Thank you

### >Solution :

The number can’t be in both ranges simultaneously, you need to use an `or` condition:

`````` let nb1 = 35;
let nb2 = 65;

if(((nb1 >= 30 && nb1 <= 40) || (nb1 >= 60 && nb1 <= 80)) && ((nb2 >= 30
&& nb2 <= 40) || (nb2 >= 60 && nb2 <= 80))){
//condition(s) are met
console.log(true);
} else {
console.log(false);
}``````