# If Statements In Functions (Making Choices)

- Write a function named
`double_if_small`

that takes a number as input and returns the number multiplied by 2 if the input is less than 26 and returns just the number (not multiplied by two) if the input is greater than or equal to 26. Call the function with`10`

as the input. - Call the function from (1) with
`30`

as the input. - Write a function called
`prediction`

that takes a single argument`x`

. If`x`

is both greater than 0 and less than 15 then return`y = 6 + 0.8 * x`

. If`x`

is both greater than 15 and less than 30 then return`y = 5 + 0.75 * x`

. In all other cases return`y = NA`

. Call the function with`5`

as the input. - Call the function from (3) with
`26`

as the input. - Call the function from (3) with
`-2`

as the input.

*Expected outputs for If Statements In Functions:*

*1*