1. Take a look at how you used (0..5) in the last for -loop. Look up Ruby’s “range operator” (.. and …) online to see what it does.
(..) includes the last number included, (…) does not include the last number.
2. Change the first for number in the_count to be a more typical .each style loop like the others.
3. Find the Ruby documentation on arrays and read about them. What other operations can you do besides the push function? Try <<, which is the same as push but is an operator. fruits << x is the same as fruits.push(x).
Done, it’s on the 2nd picture. Both ways works the same, however I wish I only knew one, so it doesn’t confuse me.