Many companies normally charge a shipping and handling charge for purchases. Create a Web page that allows a user to enter a purchase price into a text box and includes a JavaScript function that calculates shipping and handling. Add functionality to the script that adds a minimum shipping and handling charge of $1.50 for any purchase that is less than or equal to $25.00. For any orders over $25.00, add 10% to the total purchase price for shipping and handling, but do not include the $1.50 minimum shipping and handling charge. The formula for calculating a percentage is price * percent / 100. For example, the formula for calculating 10% of a $50.00 purchase price is 50 * 10 / 100, which results in a shipping and handling charge of $5.00. After you determine the total cost of the order (purchase plus shipping and handling), display it in an alert dialog box.

this what I could come up with:

<!DOCTYPE>
<html><head>
<title>Project Two</title>
<meta http-equiv="content-type" content="text/html; charset=UTF-8" />

<script type="text/javascript">
/*<CDATA[[*/
var salesPrice = window.prompt("Please Enter Purchase Price?", "");
minShipping = salesPrice * 1.50/100;
maxShipping = salesPrice * 10/100;
(salesPrice <= 25)? totalPrice = salesPrice + minShipping
: totalPrice = salesPrice + maxShipping;
alert(totalPrice);
/*]]>*/
</script>
</head>


Please note that, we're still in chapter two of the book.. means that we should not use the if statements as its in chapter 3. thanks