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When it comes to finding minimums and maximums there are times, when there is only one or two observations, that the number for the maximum remains "Integer.Min_Value". I believe I am doing the conditions correctly within the if/else statements, but is my issue that that my conditional statements are "if/else if" opposed to "if/if"?

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You should use "if/if" for these because, like you said, if there is only one observation then it is both the minimum and the maximum so you want it to go to the second if statement even if the first is true.

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