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# Working with logical operators challenge

What have I done wrong here?

Thank you

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

for n in 1...100 {
if n % 2 != 0 && n * 7 == 0 {
results.append(n)

}

// End code
}
```

STAFF

Hi there, Alia! The operator between the n and the 7 is incorrect. That's a multiplication operator. To check if something is equally divisible by a number we use the modulus operator (which you did perfectly when checking for an odd number). Any number % 2 is going to return a 0 or a 1. Five modulus 2 will return a 1 because two goes into five twice with a remainder of one. So all odd numbers will have a one.

To see if a number is evenly divisible by 7 you need to employ the same tactic. 13%7 will return a 6 because 7 goes into 13 once with a remainder of 6. Thus, it isn't evenly divisible. Fourteen modulus 7 will return a 0 as seven goes into fourteen twice with a remainder of 0.

For any number x % y we say that x is evenly divisible by y when the number returned from this operation is 0.

Try again with these hints in mind!