What did I miss?

@media only screen and (min-width: 200px) and (max-width: 600px) { }

Incorrect:

A browser with a width of 1250px and a height of 625px.

Incorrect:

A browser with a width of 150px and a height of 450px.

(Selected)Correct:

A browser with a width of 250px and a height of 750px.

:clap:

You got it!

Incorrect:

A browser with a width of 620px and a height of 300px.

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what did I miss? I thought it is asking for min and max width but when did width converts to height? Please clarify.

Hi @sayantanbasu89391652
could you clarify what you are referring to? Is this from a Quiz? Could you then provide the question, too?
Or is this from a lessen? Then provide a link please.

Hey sorry for being vague. My question was how to convert width into what codecademy converted? Like Did I miss something in the lesson.

The question was What browser dimensions will meet the media query below:
@media only screen and (min-width: 200px) and (max-width: 600px) { }

and the correct answer is A browser with a width of 250px and a height of 750px.

I do not get how they landed on the said conclusion?

for me, wont the answer be browser width above 200px and below 600px?

It is from media queries quiz.

Ok I get it now.
You are right, the media query targets browser widths between 200px and 600px width.
That includes a browser window which is 250px wide (between 200 and 600px width) and 750 high (because the height is not specified in the media query).
All other answers are wrong, because the width is not in the specified range.