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# wrong??

wrong??

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

// Task 1 - Enter your code below

let result = value/divisor

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

someOperation > anotherOperation

let isGreater = someOperation ==  true
```

You need to use the divisor operator... Which is a percentage symbol

```let result = value % divisor

let isPerfectMultiple = result == 0
```

## 2 Answers

i need the anwser on the last two lines

STAFF

You almost have it! But for some reason you have divided up the two lines and then asked if someOperation is equal to true. What it wants to know is if the result from the first operation is greater than the second operation. Now, here they've hard coded the operations. But in most cases that wouldn't be done. We'd want our users to enter the numbers they want. So you wouldn't know in advance if one operation is greater than, less than, or equal to the other operation. At any rate, this is the line you need:

```let isGreater = someOperation > anotherOperation
```