# Minimum value (ruby edition)

# Find the smallest value in Ruby

# Value to be entered

n_1
n_2
n_3
n_4
n_5

# Expected output

Outputs the smallest number among n_1, n_2, n_3, n_4, n_5

# conditions

The following conditions are met in all test cases.
・ 1 ≤ n_1, n_2, n_3, n_4, n_5 ≤ 100

# Input example 1

10
12
4
8
46

# Output example 1

4

# Answer

`python`

```
n_1 = gets.to_i
n_2 = gets.to_i
n_3 = gets.to_i
n_4 = gets.to_i
n_5 = gets.to_i
result = [n_1, n_2, n_3, n_4, n_5 ]
puts result.min
```

# Output result

4

# Commentary

## Substitute input examples 10 to 46 into variables n_1 to n_5 using gets.to_i

## Next, put the numerical values from n_1 to n_5 into the array and assign it to the variable called result.

## Finally, puts outputs the result, but since we want to find only the minimum number, we output it using min.

## The maximum value can be output by setting min to max.

## If you want to output only n_3, you can output the value of n_3 by setting puts result [2].

# that's all