Hey, having a look at your code i spotted some things.

In your `def arithemetic_arranger`

you have defs inside of it. I advise against it in this challenge. This is because it makes the code more convoluted and difficult to read. Also it adds additional problems. For example the Error message needs to be returned, not printed.

```
14 def arithmetic_arranger(formulas, condition=True):
15 def much_prob(formulas):
16 global sets,operate,over_problems,equations
17 sets=list()
18 operate=list()
19 equations=list()
20 over_problems=[]
21 if len(formulas)>5:
22> print('Error: Too many problems.')
```

But even if change the `print`

to `return`

, this will not pass the test because it is returning it to the `much_prob`

call below.

```
133 much_prob(formulas)
```

if you were to change these lines to fix the test you could do this:

```
22 return 'Error: Too many problems.'
....
133 x = much_prob(formulas)
134 return x
```

but as you can see this is adding complexity where it not needed and adding further bugs to your code.

**To pass the test module use the following tips,**

remove def inside the arithemetic_arranger.

For this problem you know that there is a max of 5 problems and all the problems must be on the same line. so you only need to print 4 lines max. 2 lines for numbers, 1 line for dashes, and 1 line for answers.

```
34 line1
+12 line2
----- line3
46 line4
```

So start with 4 strings, 1 for each line. append the problems by one to each line.

And to calculate the answer for a problem you can use the `eval()`

operator in python. Google what it does and you will find it very useful for this challenge.

Hope this helps.