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How would I make a boolean statement to check if a number is true or false to be an integer without a remainder. "i.e.. if x has a remainder then it is false, if x does not have a remainder it is true". I hope this is a probable statement to make.

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    if x%y == 0: return True else: return False

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    The answer above is correct, but it´s missing indentation. if x % y == 0: return True else: return False

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