Challenge: Generate random whole number

Hi. I am having some difficulty understanding this challenge.
In the example. It is my understanding that ourMax is equal to 9 and ourMin is equal to 1.
// Example

function ourRandomRange(ourMin, ourMax) {

  return Math.floor(Math.random() * (ourMax - ourMin + 1)) + ourMin;

ourRandomRange(1, 9);

Now in the return statement the section to the right of the multipication symbol reads like this to me. (9-1+1) + 1, which to me equates to 10.
Math.floor rounds down to nearest whole integer correct?
Math.random() gives a float between 0 and .9999 correct?
So does Math.floor round down to zero?
If so this should result in 0 * 10 which equates to zero.
But the console logs 1.
I really don’t get it.
Can someone please clear this up for me?

You’re absolutely right that Math.floor will give us 0, and to the right of that we add ourMin one more time to make sure we’re at the minimum.

Math.floor rounds down to nearest whole integer and + 1 is added after the math floor so it will always be at least 1 in this example (the ourMin value).

Say math random generated 0.9999 the formula would give…

Math.floor(0.9999 * (9 - 1 + 1)) + 1;
Math.floor(8.9991) + 1;
// Math.floor rounds down to nearest whole integer so…
8 + 1 = 9

Say math random generated 0.1111 the formula would give…

Math.floor(0.1111 * (9 - 1 + 1)) + 1;
Math.floor(0.9999) + 1;
// Math.floor rounds down to nearest whole integer so…
0 + 1 = 1

I think thats right anyway! lol

Math.floor() round to its integer… like we know Math.random() gives value between 0-0.999999…
what Math.floor() does is ,it round to integer , i.e to zero…
Math.floor(Math.random()) will always give value of zero.
But if we write like
Math.floor(Math.random()*10) then then possible output will be between 0-9;
because maximum value in the case of (Math.random()*10= 9.9999;
and thus Math.floor() will bring it to 9…
i.e what we multiply with Math.random() , Math.floor() will give value 0-(N0.-1) value.

here is image… look at this. your confusion will clear

Thank you all for your responses. This has cleared things up for me.