# Conditional logic parameters when using a scoring scale

• asiaexchange
Asked on March 07, 2018 at 09:23 AM

Hi,

I want to create a quiz form that leads a user to a different thank you page depending on the score. So for instance the score of 0-10 would give one result, the score 11-14 would give another etc.

My question has to do with the rule parameters. If I set the parameters as Less than 10, does this include the score of 10 as well? Similarly, if I set the parameters as Greater than 11 and less than 14, does this include 11 and 14? I ask this because there aren't parameters called "equal or greater than" or "equal or less than". I tried to set a separate "equal to" parameter for each rule, but that doesn't seem to work well.

• Mike_G
Answered on March 07, 2018 at 11:33 AM

If I set the parameters as Less than 10, does this include the score of 10 as well?

Setting the parameters to "Less Than 10" means "If the value is 9 and below". This does not include the score fo 10.

Similarly, if I set the parameters as Greater than 11 and less than 14, does this include 11 and 14?

If you set the parameters to "Greater Than" 11 AND "Less Than 14" the target values are 12 and 13 only. The values 11 and 14 will not be included.

As for the "equal or less than" or "equal or greater than" states, it is possible for values without any specific range. For example, "equal or less than 10" can be created as:

The condition above would be executed if the "Equivalent value" is "equal OR less than" 10.

This covers values from 0-10 and it can also be for values less than 0 (-1, -2, -3, and so on).

I hope this helps. If you have any further questions, please feel free to let us know.

• asiaexchange
Answered on March 08, 2018 at 04:53 AM

Thanks for your answer. I guess where I hit the wall was when I tried to use the method you describe to create a rule for scores that go beyond the 0-10 one. Like this:

Looks about right? But in practice, no matter what answers you give, you only get the second result between 10-14 (Lombok, Indonesia).

Am I doing something wrong here?