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# Unsure why my code is incorrect.

.

logicalOperators.swift
```var results: [Int] = []

for n in 1...100 {
if !n%2 && n/7 {
results.append[n]
}
// End code
}
```

Hi William,

The syntax in your code is wrong.

In the if statement you have to break it down a little more.

Step 1: write down what you are calculating such as n% 2 Step 2: Test the condition so that it evaluates to true or false

In the example we have this

```n%2 != 0 // If the remainder is not zero, then we have an odd number
n%7 == 0 // if the remainder is zero, then we have a number that can be divided by 7
```
```var results: [Int] = []

for n in 1...100 {
if n%2 != 0 && n%7 == 0 {
results.append(n) // use the round brackets
}
// End code
}
```

I hope that helps,

Mike

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