“num = [7,8, 120, 25, 44, 20, 27] newnum = [] def remove_even(num): for i in num: if i%2 != 0: newnum.append(i) return newnum print("get_unevens") test(remove_even(num), [7,25,27])” Code Answer


num = [7,8, 120, 25, 44, 20, 27] newnum = [] def remove_even(num): for i in num: if i%2 != 0: newnum.append(i) return newnum print("get_unevens") test(remove_even(num), [7,25,27])
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