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Hi, I'm completing this Task and it ask me to place the remainder as my value C from dividing value A by value B, I place this code

def mod(a, b) remainder = a%b return "The remainder of dividing a by b is: #{remainder}" end

puts mod(2, 2)

and it gives me this result : The remainder of dividing a by b is: 0

But When I try to check the work it gives me the error : Check your spelling and punctuation. Just wanting to know what is wrong with it?

Thanks you.

method.rb
```def mod(a, b)
remainder = a%b
return "The remainder of dividing a by b is: #{remainder}"
end

puts mod(2, 2)
``` In your output, you need to also replace the values of 'a' and 'b'. Your wording is also not as expected. Try this way around:

```def mod(a, b)
remainder = a%b
return "The remainder of #{a} divided by #{b} is #{remainder}."
end

puts mod(2, 2)
```

Appreciate it!