Instructions state that using the % sign with two numbers will give you what is left over but then said the 7 % 5 = 2 wtf

That does not go with the rules stated below verbatim:

The modulo operator - represented in Java by the % symbol - returns the remainder of dividing two numbers.

For example, 15 % 6 will return the value of 3, because that is the remainder left over after dividing 15 by 6.

My instructions:

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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.

I did this with initially 19%8 but no that wasn't correct...where is my disconnect where 7%5 equals 2