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Hi
Where have I gone wrong on this?

(arrays[act][i][3]) == 0 ? image_loc + bike : ((Math.round(arrays[act][i][3]) < 5) ? image_loc + image_low : ((Math.round(arrays[act][i][3]) > 10) ? image_loc + image_high : image_loc + image_med))

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The logic should be
if value is zero then show bike image, if not then if value is less than 5 then show image_low, if value is higher than 10 show image_high otherwise show image_med

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Rainer Jeschor earned 250 total points
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Hi,
what is the error? Can you ensure that in
arrays[act][i][3]

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 you have a number (and not a string)?
HTH
Rainer
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Assuming integers result (what Rainer said). The statement should be assigned to a variable and you have some parenthesis out of place.
var img = (arrays[act][i][3] == 0) ? image_loc + bike : (Math.round(arrays[act][i][3]) < 5) ? image_loc + image_low : (Math.round(arrays[act][i][3]) > 10) ? image_loc + image_high : image_loc + image_med;

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by:lz7cjc
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it was both of those things! all sorted now
are you happy to split the points?
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by:Tom Beck
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Fine by me.
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With me as well
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