Yes.

The sales manager of the car lot will let you buy the car if:

• You have \$25,000 in cash, OR
• You have \$25,000 in credit and no outstanding debts.

Say that "outstanding debts" means debts more than \$1,000. Here is a program that makes the car buying decision:

```// Sports Car Purchase
//    New \$25,000 red Miata sports car.
//    You need cash or credit with no debts .
//
import java.util.Scanner;
class HotWheels2
{
public static void main (String[] args)
{
Scanner scan = new Scanner( System.in );

String inData;
int    cash, credit, debt ;

// get the cash
System.out.println("How much cash?");
cash    = scan.nextInt();

// get the credit line
System.out.println("How much credit do you have?");
credit   = scan.nextInt();

// determine the debts
System.out.println("How much much do you owe?");
debt     = scan.nextInt();

// check that at least one qualification is met
if ( cash >= 25000  ||  ( credit >= 25000 && debt < 1000 ) )
System.out.println("Enough to buy this car!" );
else
System.out.println("Have you considered a Yugo?" );

}
}
```

The boolean expression of the `if` statement correctly implements the car buying rules. The expression includes both `&&` and `||`.

### QUESTION 13:

You have zero dollars, \$26,000 in credit and \$500 in debts. Do you get the car?