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@systemwhiz49862,

Java has the so-called **Remainder**-*operator* %

is actually a **modulo**-*operator*

and if used it will **return** the **rest-value**.

**9%3** You read it as nine modulo three is **zero**, as 9 divided by 3 has **NO rest-value**.

**22%6** You read 22 modulo six is **4**, as 22 divided by 6 will leave you with **rest-value 4**

**10%5** You read 10 nodulo five is **zero**, as 10 divided by 5 will have **NO rest-value**

Now the want you to

Use the modulo operator to set the variable myRemainder equal to 2.

You can use any two numbers that return a remainder value of 2

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