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I have been working on the "find the 1000th prime" for awhile now.( several hours yesterday; before I watched lecture 3 as well as a couple hours today after watching it.) All of the practice really helped but I have ran into a problem that I haven't been able to troubleshoot myself. My current code wouldn't fit so the problem I have is with the range command. I have: "for divisors in range(1,10)" then later I check if the current number (var1) has a remainder with: "if var1%divisors!=0:" Once the code gets to that it goes straight to my else statement.

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