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# Can someone provide the answers for this challenge?

what am I missing for my code to get this to work?

app.js
```const numbers = [1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10];
let times10 = [];

// times10 should be: [10,20,30,40,50,60,70,80,90,100]

numbers.forEach(total => {
if( let i = 0; i < numbers.length; i++ ) {
times10 *= 10;
}
});
```

Hi Peter!

I'm happy to help guide you to a passing answer!

First things first, for each already iterates through the array. You don't need to also add an `for` loop to access each number. Let's start by taking your multiplication out of the `for` loop:

```numbers.forEach(total => {
times10 *= 10;
});
```

From here we need to evaluate what should be multiplied by 10. You currently have it set to `times10`, the empty array that will hold our results. We need it instead to be the values from the `numbers` array. You've already defined each number in the original array with the function `total`. We could keep it like this, but it's kind of a deceiving name. Let's instead go ahead and change both the function name and multiplication variable to `number` instead:

```numbers.forEach(number => {
number *= 10;
});
```

Now, let's have another look at the question. It wants us to multiply each number and then add it to the end of the `times10` array. To do this we need to use the push() method. Let's add the start of this method:

```numbers.forEach(number => {
number *= 10;
times10.push();
});
```

The last step is to define what should be pushed to the `times10` array, in this case it's the `number` value. Adding this we get our final, passing answer:

```numbers.forEach(number => {
number *= 10;
times10.push(number);
});
```

Happy coding!

Thank you so much. I really appreciate your time in explaining.