In Power Automate, at times we need to perform division arithmetic operations so that we can get easily desired result. As an example, let us see how to calculate price of a candy for quick reference from a bundle cost with the use of div function.
In Power Automate, at times we need to perform Modular arithmetic operations so that we can get desired result, as an example we can see number of customers waiting for tables based on the customers present in a hotel , so that customers will get information about the number of customers waiting , so that they can plan accordingly.
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