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what shoul i put in between the () it doesent say what to add

create_a_function.py
```def is_odd(num):
if
```

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!

but how do i use the % im kind of connufuss

If we wanted to know if a number was divisible by 3, it would look like this:

```if num % 3 == 0:
```

This says, if the number is divisible by 3, then we can do whatever.

You want to check if it is NOT divisible by 2

ohhh i get it now thanks i migth have a idea now

by the way should i make a variable for num???

num is already like a variable itself, you don't ever need to make a variable for a parameter, you can just use the parameter in the same way.

def id_odd(num): if num % 4 == 2: answer = True elif num % 5 == 1: answer = False return answer

result = int(input("fagagaaga"))

i try is but it doesent work

You were close:

```def is_odd(num):
if num % 2 != 0:
return True
```

ahhhh come on is wa a !=

thank you for you time you a great person thank you for you time

`!=` is the not equal to operator