I am trying to make a class of something like a calculator, which will take 2 numbers as inputs and do the addition/subtraction/multiplication/division on basis of what the user chooses. But I'm getting and error when I'm trying to make a dictionary of the things in division. Here is my code below:

```
class Calculator:
def __init__(self,number1,number2):
self.number1 = number1
self.number2 = number2
def divide(self,number1,number2):
quotient=0
dividend=0
divisor=0
remainder=0
quotient=int(number1/number2)
dividend=number1
divisor=number2
remainder=number1%number2
return {
'Dividend':dividend
'Divisor':divisor
'Quotient':quotient
'Remainder':remainder
}
```

The problem is that the values of the dictionaries are giving me a Syntax Error. Also, I'm using PyCharm to run it.

`:`

instead of`=`

in your dict`:`

, not`=`

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