# JavaScript help needed please thanks

#1

Use console.log and modulo three times to print the remainder of the following equations:

a. 14 / 3
b. 99 / 8
c. 11 / 3

And I have come up with this:

// Below is an example of printing the remainder of 18/4 using modulo:
// console.log(18 % 4);
console.log(" 14 % 3 === 2 ")
console.log(" 99 % 8 === 3 ")
console.log (" 11 % 3 === 2 ")

but it's wrong.

Could you take a look at it and tell me what is wrong?

Thank you,

Jina

#2

if we want to calculate the remainder of 18/4 we do:

console.log(18 % 4);

as the example demonstrates. Now you need to do the same for 14/3, 99/8 and 11/3

#3

console.log(" 14 % 3 === 2 ")
console.log(" 99 % 8 === 3 ")
console.log (" 11 % 3 === 2 ")

1. By putting " " around them you're making them string.
2.Even you did something like this..it's also wrong..
console.log(14 % 3 === 2 )
You did not asked to compare 14 % 3 with 2 but simply asked to find the remainder ..
i.e 14%3

Modulo operator:
% gives remainder!

It only asks to print remainder

like if I had to find remainder of 10 / 3 and print it
I'd do something like this...

console.log(10 % 3);

#4

Okay!

Got it!

Thanks alot!!

Jina

#5

Okay great!

solved!

Thanks so much!!

Jina

#6

Keep up the good work!~

#7

Sure,

Thanks!

Jina

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#8

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