Sep-05-2018, 10:56 AM

This is probably a simple question for experienced users...I'm just starting with Python and I'm working with modulo equations. The tutorial I'm using had this equation: (100 - 25 * 3 % 4), and the result is 97. How to explain that? As I understand it, we take the first part of the equation first, so (100 - 25 * 3). When I run that by itself I get 25. And (25 % 4) results in 1. So where do they get 97?