i was able to come up with this solution, and it works fine for what I need. what tripped me up was that I did not find a math block to give a set range between two numbers to pair with the if-then block
Right, there isn’t a “range” block so that’s the solution I typically use. You can, if you want, create a range with the AND (logic) block. So you could say if app variable grade >= 0 AND app variable grade <=10… and that would be the same as 0 <= x <=10.
I actually wrote a function in Thunkable a while ago that takes a list of numbers such as 29, 25, 15, 10, 0, and then using a loop creates the conditions for everything you have in your screenshot. It’s pretty hard to wrap your mind around so I don’t recommend it but it is something I can use over and over instead of having to create all of the individual blocks like in your screenshot.
It’s probably not going to make a lot of sense but this is what it looks like: