Divide the largest by the smallest number

In " JavaScript Algorithms and Data Structures " do we have in Courses an exercise about mathematic calculation?
When I look at these exercises, I can’t find anything about that.

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Hi! if you want to practice mathematical problems with javascript then you can try to solve the project euler’s problems in the coding interview and prep section.
You can find it here.

Hope this helped! :slight_smile:

What do you mean by that? Several things in FCC require basic addition/ subtraction/ multiplication/ division, being able to do that that should be a given, but there’s not much more than that.

I see Dan. I can’t find what I need in the " freecodecamp" javascript courses. Also not too many reactions from our colleagues.
For two days I have been trying to find information on google about what I need, it seems that it does not exist.

Thanks Staranbeer. I haven’t gotten that far with the study yet, I haven’t browsed this chapter yet, but I will.

You need to explain what you’re looking for though.

If you need basic maths help here FCC isn’t going to provide that – if it’s how on divide a number by another number, it would be assumed you knew how to do that.

I assume it’s programming help you want though? In which case explaining what you are stuck on is important to let people provide some assistance.

I suspect you are asking the wrong questions. Asking the right questions is hard when you are starting out, but you can ask here, you just need to be specific about what you are having a problem with.

I will rephrase my question from yesterday on this subject. I don’t think I was very clear.

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