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Failed: Every radio button group should have at least 2 radio buttons.
what is this supposed to mean?

Please post your code.

That message means that you have a radio button group that doesn’t have at least 2 radio buttons.

<!Doctype html>
<link rel="stylesheet" href="styles.css">
<meta name="viewport" content="width=device-width, initial-scale=1.0">
<body>
<h1 id="title">Franco's Survey</h1>
<form id="survey-form">
<p id="description">Thank you for Choosing Franco's, To help us improve the Service Please Fill this Survey.</p>
 <label for="name" id="name-label">Name:</label>
 <input id="name" type="text" placeholder="Wiam Daher" required>
  <label for="email" id="email-label">Email:</label>
  <input id="email" type="email" placeholder="Maiwdyer@gmail.com"required>
<label for="number" id="number-label">Number:</label>
<input id="number" type="number" min="10" max="10" placeholder="0549112601" required>
  <p id="menu">Which Meal did you Order?</p>
  <select id="dropdown">
    <option>select
      <option>Kibbeh
      <option>Arayes
      <option>HotDogs
      <option>Burger
  </select>
  <p id="food-rate">How would you rate the meal?</p>
  <input id="not-good" name="not Good" type="radio" value="not-good">
  <label for="not-good">Bad</label>
  <input  id="average" name="average" type="radio" value="average">
   <label for="average">average</label>
  <input name="Good" type="radio" value="good">
  <label for="good">good</label>
  <input name="yummy" type="radio" value="yummy">
  <label for="yummy">yummy</label>
  <p id="comment">Tell us in your own words!</p>
  <textarea>Leave a Comment</textarea>
  <label>
<p id="experience-rate">From 1 to 5  How would you rate your overall experience:</p>
<label for="1">1</label>
<input value="1" type="checkbox">
<label for="2">2</label>
<input value="2"type="checkbox">
<label for="3">3</label>
<input value="3" type="checkbox">
<label for="4">4</label>
<input value="4" type="checkbox">
<label for="5">5</label>
<input value="5" type="checkbox">
<button id="submit" type="submit">submit</button>
</fieldset>
</form>
</body>

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you still didn’t answer my main question regarding the radio buttons!

I’m getting there. Patience please.

are you ai or human?

I am a human. I am a human who is helping multiple people at the minute, so please be patient.

sorry man my deepest apologies

It doesn’t look like these radio buttons are grouped together.

I didn’t remember what Step covered radio button groups, so I punched the phrase “radio button group” into Google and got this result:

I would try following that example of using a the same name property and different value properties for the radio buttons in the group.

You need same name attribute value for 2 redio input.

Right now this is how your radio buttons are behaving.
I shouldn’t be able to select all of the options

radio buttons are used when you what the user to select only one option at a time like this

as mentioned earlier, you need to make changes to the name attribute

Here is the step where you learned about radio inputs and the name attribute