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So I have a math.random variable and it should print values between 0.5, 0.6, etc. but it only prints 0 and 1. Here's my code:

local size = math.random(0.5, 1) print(size)

Edit: I figured it out. So apparently, math.random rounds numbers. So I just did math.random(5, 10) / 10, and that worked.

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math.random only returns integers, if you want to have decimals then I suggest:

local random = Random.new() local random_integer = random:NextInteger(1, 10) local random_number = random:NextNumber(1, 10) print(random_integer) -- without decimals (6) print(random_number) -- with decimals (6.1)

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Not all the time. You see, math.random() only return decimals when it is not filled (meaning 0 and 1 are the parameters). It will only return integers if the difference between the two parameters are more than one. T3_MasterGamer 2189 — 1y

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What do you mean by that? xXLegendGamerz16Xx 231 — 1y