To get a random number between a range of numbers using JavaScript, we first need to know how to generate a random number.

To generate a random number using JavaScript, the simplest way is to use the JavaScript **random()** method:

`var random = Math.random();`

The Javascript Math **random()** method generates a number between 0 and 1 (including 0 and excluding 1).

Let’s say we want to generate 10 random numbers between 0 and 1. We can loop 10 times, calling the Math **random()** method inside the loop, and create an array with these 10 random numbers. Since the numbers returned will be decimals between 0 and 1, to make things more practical, we can multiply the result by 10 and then use the Math.round() method to get an integer value between 0 and 10. We can also multiply by 100 to get a number between 0 and 100, which is what we will do.

```
var randoms = [];
for (var i = 0; i < 10; i++) {
randoms.push(Math.round((Math.random()*100)))
}
console.log(randoms);
```

A possible output (because it's random) for generating 10 random numbers using the code above could be:

`[78, 58, 16, 1, 34, 27, 81, 79, 62, 22]`

## Generating a Random Number in a Range Using JavaScript

Generating a random number between 0 and 1 is useful, but many times we need to generate a random number within a range of numbers.

If we want to start the range at a different point other than 0, we need to add or subtract to our random number. To generate a random number in the range between -5 and 5, we first need to multiply our random number by 10 and then subtract 5 as shown below:

`var random = Math.rand() * 10 - 5;`

Below is a example of using JavaScript to generate a random number in a range of numbers. You can update the inputs and click the button to generate a random number between the two inputs. We will round the number at the end to come up with an integer value.

Code Output:

Our generated random number between 0 and 10 is:

Full Code:

```
Generate Random Number
```Our generated random number between 0 and 10 is:

<script>
function genRandomNum(){
var num1 = Number(document.getElementById("input-num-1").value);
var num2 = Number(document.getElementById("input-num-2").value);
var start, end;
var diff = Math.abs(num2 - num1);
if (num2 > num1) {
start = num1;
end = num2;
} else {
start = num2;
end = num1;
}
document.getElementById("num1").textContent = start;
document.getElementById("num2").textContent = end;
document.getElementById("rand1").textContent = (Math.round(Math.random() * diff + start));
};
</script>

Hopefully this article has been useful for you to understand how to generate a random number in a range of numbers using JavaScript.