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# I'm having troubles understanding the questions here. Haven't used the % much so I am not quite sure

Hey everyone! Don't mean to ask so many questions, but I keep finding myself stumped on some of these code challenges. Anyways I haven't really used the "%" much and so I am not sure how to apply it to this question. I know it deals with division with a remainder, but I don't understand how to use it specifically in this coding problem. Any help y'all can provide would be much appreciated! Thank you! :)

even.py
```def even_odd(number):
if number is % 2:
return True
else:
return False
```

You use is to compare if something is None, so don't use it here.

A number is even when it's remainder after devision with 2 equals to 0. This translates to: if num%2==0 then return true else false

You can use `x % 2 == 0` to determine if `x` is odd. Keep in mind that `%` is basically calculating the remainder of `x` divided by `2`!

Also, the challenge didn't ask you to edit this function.

Don't edit the function!!

The result of % 2 should be zero if even and one if odd. You should include that in a conditional if then statement.

If zero results from %2 then it is even. Etc