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well I was trying to get the array combine all of it numbers so I thought by multiplying it by one it would multiply all the numbers and I get 120 but I got arr.push not a function;

**Your code so far**

function factorialize(num) {
let arr = [];
for (let i = num; i > 0; i--) {
arr.push(i);
arr *= 1;
}
return arr;
}
factorialize(5);

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You have an empty array arr. Loop runs once, and pushes 5 into it. So you have [5]. Straight after that, you run arr = [5] * 1. Which is where JS, trying to be helpful, decides what you want to do is arr = 5 * 1. So arr isn’t an array any more, it’s the number 5.

Next time the loop runs, it tries to push 4 into arr. But arr is the number 5, you can’t push to it.

Set arr to a number before the loop, remove the push line

What @DanCouper is saying is exactly correct. I would also recommend changing the name of the variable arr to something that would make more sense for a number.