Basic JavaScript - Finding a Remainder in JavaScript

I may be think to much into this but the math isn’t mathing. in nthe video he say 11/3=9 then moves on to the next step but how does that even make sense?

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const remainder = 0;

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If that’s what is said in the video, then you’re right, it doesn’t make sense.

remainder = 11 % 3
// = 2

The 3 goes into 9 three times so perhaps that’s what the reference to 9 was about?

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