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# What is the output of this code? >>> x = 3 >>> num = 17 >>> print(num % x)

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2, because if you divide 17 by 3 the remainder will be 2 and this sign % counts the remainder

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I don't know how the program works in detail (is that your question?) but there are few possibilities to see what % does. As example with your code 1.1) _ _ 17:3=5,6 0,6×3=2 1.2) _ 17:3=5,6 round down->5×3=15 -> 17-15=2 2) 17:3=5 -15 ----- 2 I hope it's helpful 😅

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well, thats because this sign % returns the remainder, thats its function, and the print function is used to print out a value to the screen.. How else can she explain more? what details do you want to know?

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The answer is 2 This is because the % operator returns the remainder of the two numbers it is dividing. in your code you are asking what the remainder is when you divide 17 by 3 3 can go into 17 five times, which would make 15. Then the operator takes 17 and 15 and finds the difference between the two, 17-15 = 2

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it will 2 according to math

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The answer is 2 because % is mod operator which returns remainder. 3*5=15 and remainder is 2.

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% is the modulus operator which returns remainder. so when 17 is divided by 3 remainder is 2.

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The answer is 2 for the record

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i know its 2 but tell me how

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sorry, the output is 2, because 3*5= 15, 17-15 = 2 if your num is 18, the output will be 0 because 3*6 = 18, 18-18 = 0

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% the modulus, returns the reminder,. so ans is obviously 2

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its simple % this sign is called modulus it is used to obtain the remainder 17%3 means you want to know the remainder when 17 is divided by 3 well the closest whole number where 3 is giving is 15 and 17-15=2 that's how it is giving 2

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x = 3, num = 17 Here you are giving 17 as num, which is not exactly divisible by 2 Well finally you want to print the reminder So, 17/3 = 15 and 17-15 = 2 Hence 2 is the output/reminder

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it is 2 it is easy 17%3 = 2 which is the remainder of the division process