JS Tutorial Test your skills: Conditionals (Conditionals 3)

Conditionals 3

Hello, do they really want us to do the following or I did not understand something? (typing in whole 100 'case’s ?):

let response;
let score = 101;
let machineActive = true;

if(machineActive) {
	// Add your code here
    switch (score) {
     case 0: case 1: case 2: case 3: case 4: case 5: case 6: case 7: case 8: case 9: case 10: case 11: case 12: case 13: case 14: case 15: case 16: case 17: case 18: case 19: 
         response = "That was a terrible score — total fail!"
         break;
     case 20: case 21: case 22: case 23: case 24: case 25: case 26: case 27: case 28: case 29: case 30: case 31: case 32: case 33: case 34: case 35: case 36: case 37: case 38: case 39: 
         response = "You know some things, but it's a pretty bad score. Needs improvement."
         break;
     case 40: case 41: case 42: case 43: case 44: case 45: case 46: case 47: case 48: case 49: case 50: case 51: case 52: case 53: case 54: case 55: case 56: case 57: case 58: case 59: 
         response = "You did a passable job, not bad!"
         break;
     case 60: case 61: case 62: case 63: case 64: case 65: case 66: case 67: case 68: case 69: case 70: case 71: case 72: case 73: case 74: case 75: case 76: case 77: case 78: case 79: 
         response = "That's a great score, you really know your stuff."
         break;
     case 80: case 81: case 82: case 83: case 84: case 85: case 86: case 87: case 88: case 89: case 90: case 91: case 92: case 93: case 94: case 95: case 96: case 97: case 98: case 99: case 100: 
         response = "What an amazing score! Did you cheat? Are you for real?"
    default:
         response = 'This is not possible, an error has occurred.'
    }    
} else {
  response = 'The machine is turned off. Turn it on to process your score.';
}

// Don't edit the code below here!

section.innerHTML = ' ';
let para1 = document.createElement('p');
let para2 = document.createElement('p');

para1.textContent = `Your score is ${ score }.`;
para2.textContent = response;

section.appendChild(para1);
section.appendChild(para2);

Btw. this is JS program to print this code automatically:

let desc = [
     "That was a terrible score — total fail!",
     "You know some things, but it's a pretty bad score. Needs improvement.",
     "You did a passable job, not bad!",
     "That\'s a great score, you really know your stuff.",
     "What an amazing score! Did you cheat? Are you for real?"
];

let idx = 0;
let caseStr = '';
for (let i = 0; i < 101; ++i) {
    caseStr += 'case ' + i + ': ';
    if (!((i + 1) % 20) && i != 99) {
        console.log('    ' + caseStr);
        caseStr = '';
        console.log(`        response = "${desc[idx++]}"`);
        console.log('        break;');
    }
}
console.log('    ' + caseStr);
console.log(`        response = "${desc[idx++]}"`);

The original state of the switch statement is ‘not possible’ or false. For it to work we must first state it as true. the case statement accepts operators just like if and if…else statements.
LInk to answer

Thanks for explanation. I think i missed it in tutorial text.