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# Help!! Completely confused by this!

In the editor below, you have two constants - value and divisor. Step 1: Using the remainder operator, compute the remainder given the value and a divisor. Assign this value to a constant named result.

Step 2: When value obtained using a remainder operator is 0, this means that the value is a perfect multiple of the divisor. Compare the value of result to 0 using the equality operator and assign the resulting value to a constant named isPerfectMultiple.

operators.swift
```// Enter your code below
let value = 200
let divisor = 5

let someOperation = 20 + 400 % 10 / 2 - 15
let anotherOperation = 52 * 27 % 200 / 2 + 5

```

Hi Brianna

The first step is asking you to compare `value` and `divisor`, provided for you, with the mod operator, `%`. Store the result of that into a constant named `result`.

That looks like:

```// Task 1 - Enter your code below
let result = value % divisor
```

Next, you want to see if `result` equals zero. So, compare `result` to zero using the double-equals operator, `==`. Store the result of that comparison in a constant named `isPerfectMultiple`. That looks like:

```// Task 2 - Enter your code below
let isPerfectMultiple = result == 0
```

So, you assign, with a single equals, the result of comparing `result` to zero using double-equals. The comparison will result in a `true` or `false` answer, so `isPerfectMultiple` will contain one of those two values.

I hope that helps.

Steve.

No problem!