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Why is the closing </div> used twice?

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I don’t understand why when closing this code it’s used the /div twice. The div is closed in all 3 divs, but still it’s closed twice in the end of the code. Not sure I make myself understood.

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One div to close <div class="value-props"> second for <div class="main">!

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