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Blue DiamondXD5,369 Points
what shoul i put in between the () it doesent say what to add
def is_odd(num): if
Josh Keenan19,426 Points
What you have between the () currently,
num, is perfectly fine.
Now you have to figure out if a number is odd, to check if a number is divisible by 2 you need to use the % operator. It checks if there is a remainder, so if there is a remainder we know it is an odd number.
Hope this helps, feel free to ask for help if needed, good luck!