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Wordpress PHP - How to show a div only if it is in a specific category within a custom Taxonomy

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Hello - I am trying to show a div only if it exists within a specific category in my custom taxonomy

here is what I have but nothing is showing up so guessing I'm missing something

         <!-- Category back buttons -->
         
               
          <? if ( is_tax( 'project-category', '5' ) ) { ?>
            <!-- Retail -->
            <div>
               <a href="/category-retail/" title="view more retail projects">View More Retail Projects</a>
            </div>   
         <? } ?>
            
            
          <? if ( is_tax ( 'project-category', '20' ) ) { ?>
            <!-- Education -->
            <div>
               <a href="/category-education/" title="view more retail projects">View More Education Projects</a>
            </div>   
         <? } ?>            
            
         <!-- End Category back buttons -->

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this is a custom post type with slug "project" that has a custom taxonomy with slug "project-category" on my singles page.

within my custom taxonomy "retail" has a category id of 5 and "education" has a category id of 20 

I want to only display the div and its contents only if the specific category id is associated with the post on the singles page...

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