Super confused

#1

``````var quarter = function(number)

if (quarter( 6 ) % 3 ===  ) {
console.log("The statement is true");
} else {
console.log("The statement is false");
}``````

what im so confused

#2

What are you trying to do?
Which lesson is this?

#3

Functions, return and if / else

thats the lesson ^^

#4

There are two components to this code. The `quarter` function, and the `if` statement. The call expression in this example is inside the condition parameter:

The function:

``````var quarter = function (number) {
return number / 4;
}``````

The return value will be one-quarter of `number`.

``console.log(quarter(24));     // 6``

The if statement you have is close. The general aim is to use a number that once divided by 4, will still be evenly divisible by 3.

``````if ( quarter(24) % 3 === 0 ) {

} else {

}``````

Since we want a `true` result, the number we pass to `quarter()` will need to be divisible by (4 * 3), the LCM of 4 and 3.

#6

Some of the code is already written for you

You have to write the quarter function...
You started it but you never defined it...

`var quarter = function(number) {enter what the lesson asks here;};`

After you figure that out then you have to figure out what number you would have to pass to the function quarter for the if statement to be true.