# Ruby - Arrays - Printing out odd numbers in the Array

I am looking to print out odd numbers in the array, but when I type in a number, I get the following:

```
undefined method `%' for [1]:Array
(repl):6:in `block in <main>'
(repl):3:in `times'
(repl):3:in `<main>'
```

This is what I have currently. Any idea as to what is happening?

```
numbers = []
puts "Please enter 10 numbers, one at a time."
10.times do
puts "Please enter a number"
numbers << gets.chomp.to_i
if numbers % 3 ==0
p numbers
end
numbers = numbers + 1
end
puts "Here are the numbers you selected"
p numbers
```

A J
answered question

### 1 Answer

You are trying to do "%" for an array. do "%" for the input number instead and then insert to array. Like

```
numbers = []
puts "Please enter 10 numbers, one at a time."
10.times do
puts "Please enter a number"
num = gets.chomp.to_i
if num % 3 ==0
```

....................

Hope this will solve the issue.

A J
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## Have an answer?

JD

You are trying to do

`numbers % 3`

, but`numbers`

is an`array`

. maybe you want numbers.last. Also you have`numbers + 1`

, which can't be done.