Hello,

I am wondering about this particular exercise in the Basic JS module of the JS Algorithms and Data Structures certification program. Is it a general “rule” that the numbers themselves are inclusive—regardless of < or > signs—whenever we use a Logical “Or” operator? My intuitive thought would be that they wouldn’t be included. The default lesson code threw me off:

```
if (num > 10) {
return "No";
}
if (num < 5) {
return "No";
}
return "Yes";
// will return "Yes" only if num is between 5 and 10 (5 and 10 included). The same logic can be written as:
```

Can anyone shed any light on this? Thanks! Glad to be a part of FCC.

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**Challenge:** Comparisons with the Logical Or Operator

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