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Pretty sure I forgot something here but don't know what....

even.py
```def odd_even(5):
if number == False
return

odd_even()
```

The challenge is asking us to define a function that takes one parameter, a number (hint: integer is best). The function should then test the number that was passed in, and return `True` if the number is even (that is, the remainder after dividing by 2 is 0), and to return `False` otherwise. :)

Hint: the definition should start like this:

```def odd_even(number):
```

Hello,

What this lesson is trying to teach you is %

For example, 10 % 2 == 0. This is because % will return the remainder of a division so 10 / 2 = 5.0

so 10 % 2 == 0

if you code an if statement like the following:

if arg % 2 == 0:

```    return True
```

else:

you'll be on the right track.

Cheers and happy coding.

Ahh I get it, I always end p being confused when the tasks come up. Thanks for helping out :)