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Good work! Let’s explore one more special math operator known as *modulo*.

- The
*modulo*operator - represented in Java by the`%`

symbol - returns the remainder of dividing two numbers.

For example, `15 % 6`

will return the value of `3`

, because that is the remainder left over after dividing 15 by 6.

### Instructions

**1.**

Use the modulo operator to set the variable `myRemainder`

equal to `2`

. You can use any two numbers that return a remainder value of `2`

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