# If / elif / else question from beginner

Hey, I started to learn Python on Codecademy a few days ago and it’s a lot of fun so far. Now I reached a point where I’m stuck.

What I’m struggling with is, that I have to write an if / elif / else statement that includes things like this:
“Over 2 lb but less than or equal to 6 lb”
I just can’t figure out how I can write this, because of the “but”, because it’s two things.

Thank you!

I think I advanced a bit more, but the result I’m getting is still wrong. ``````# Enter package weight here

weight = 8.4

cost_ground = 0

# Ground Shipping

if weight <= 2:

cost_ground = weight * 1.5 + 20

elif weight > 2:

cost_ground = weight * 3 + 20

elif weight > 6:

cost_ground = weight * 4 + 20

elif weight > 10:

cost_ground = weight * 4.75 + 20

print(str(cost_ground) + "\$")
``````

Hi there,

You can use logical operators (and, or) to assert more than one condition in a if / else if statement, for example:

“Over 2 lb but less than or equal to 6 lb” translates to:

`if weight > 2 and weight <= 6`

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Wow, thank you so much! Super helpful

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