# [SOLVED] Printing two values of one variable under different conditions

## Issue

`sum_value = fixed_value - current_value`,

where `fixed_value ` is a constant, and `current_value` is a function of `thresholds`;

`thresholds` has two `threshold_level` values: `thresholds = [10, 20]`;

I need to find a rato of `sim_value` corresponding to `threshold_level = 10` to `sim_value` corresponding to `threshold_level = 20`, that is `final_sim_value = sim_value_at_10/sim_value_at_20`.

The code part is

``````thresholds = [10, 20]
fixed_value = 100

for threshold_level in thresholds:
current_value = 5 - threshold_level
sim_value = fixed_value - current_value

def sim_value_multi(threshold_level):
if threshold_level == 10:
sim_value_at_10 = sim_value
return sim_value_at_10
if threshold_level == 20:
sim_value_at_20 = sim_value
return sim_value_at_20

final_sim_value = sim_value_multi(10)/sim_value_multi(20)

print('sim_value_multi(10) is ', sim_value_multi(10))
print('sim_value_multi(20) is ', sim_value_multi(20))
print('final_sim_value is ', final_sim_value)

print('--------------------')
final_sim_value = sim_value_multi(10)/sim_value_multi(20)

print('sim_value_multi(10) is ', sim_value_multi(10))
print('sim_value_multi(20) is ', sim_value_multi(20))
print('final_sim_value is ', final_sim_value)
``````

which gives this output:

``````sim_value_multi(10) is  105
sim_value_multi(20) is  105
final_sim_value is  1.0
sim_value_multi(10) is  115
sim_value_multi(20) is  115
final_sim_value is  1.0
--------------------
sim_value_multi(10) is  115
sim_value_multi(20) is  115
final_sim_value is  1.0
``````

Could you please correct me or suggest a proper solution?

## Solution

Are you trying to obtain this result ?

``````thresholds = [10, 20]
fixed_value = 100
current_values = []
for threshold_value in thresholds:
current_values.append(fixed_value + threshold_value - 5)

print('sim_value_multi(10) is ', current_values[0])
print('sim_value_multi(20) is ', current_values[1])
print('final_sim_value is ', current_values[0]/current_values[1])
``````

Output

``````sim_value_multi(10) is  105
sim_value_multi(20) is  115
final_sim_value is  0.9130434782608695
``````