I have a question.

I'm writing a small program in c++ for my kid to help her with maths

and to teach myself how to program. I'm using srand() to get a few random numbers for her to divide with the number she choose.

All is fine until I get something like 5/3. She is in grade 3 and will not be able to do this. How can I make sure the random number are able to go into the numbers she chooses

```
void Divide::doRandDivide()
{
cout << "OK. Lest see if you understand" << "\n" << endl;
srand((unsigned)time(0));
int random_int;
int lowest = 1;
int highest = 12;
int range=(highest-lowest)+1;
int index;
int iWrong;
int irAns;
int irTotal;
int id3Total;
int iDeel;
for(index=0;index<5;index++)
{
random_int = lowest= int(range*rand()/(RAND_MAX + 1.0));
}
irTotal = idNommer/idNommer;
cout << "How much is " << idNumber << " divided by "<< idNumber << "\n" << endl;
cin >> irAns;
if (irAns != irTotal)
{
cout << "No this is wrong "<< "\n" << endl;
iWrong++;
if (iWrong >= 3)
{
cout << "\n" << endl;
cout << "The answer is " << irTotal << endl;
}
}
while (irAnw != irTotal);
{
cout << "Cool " << endl;
}
for(index=0;index<5;index++)
id3Total = random_int/idNumber;
cout << "How much is " << idNommer << " divided by "<< id3Total << "\n" << endl;
cin >> irAnw;
if (irAnw != id3Total)
{
cout << "No this is wrong "<< "\n" << endl;
iWrong++;
if (iWrong >= 3)
{
cout << "\n" << endl;
cout << "The answer is " << id3Total << endl;
}
}
else
cout << "Cool " << endl;
while (irAnt != id3Total);{}
}
```