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i cant get the dividing correct normaly 10 divided by 5 is 2

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Lesson

You are asked to do modulo operation (find remainder of dividing).

The *modulo* operator - represented in Java by the `%`

symbol - returns the remainder of dividing two numbers.

For example, `10 % 3 = 1`

, because 10 = 3 * 3 **+ 1**. 10 gives remainder **equal 1** when dividing by 3.

You must provide such example, which will return remainder **equal 2**.

14 % 6 it leaves remainder 2 but no answer

Could you describe more your problem and paste the code?

now i get that its asked for but still isnt ’ 11 % 3 ’ is 2 ?

Modulo.java:4: error: ‘;’ expected

int myRemainder = 11 % 3

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1 error

oh i found out you need to finish sentence

Your error message told you what you need to change

i dont get it heres my code

public class Modulo {

public static void main(String args) {

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int myRemainder = 11 % 3
System.out.println(myRemainder);
}
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}