Using a for-loop we show how to print an "angle" shape with the letter x.

```
x
x
x
x
x
x
x
```

There are two parts to the shape, a downward left direction, then a downward right direction. Breaking down a job into smaller tasks is often the best problem-solving strategy, and here the two directions can be different tasks.

For the downward left direction, the repetition consists of printing n (some number) of spaces, then "x", so that each iteration decreases n.

1 2 | ```
for n in [7,5,3,1]:
print n*' ' + 'x'
``` |

For the downward right direction, the same idea can work, but with each iteration increasing n.

1 2 | ```
for n in [1,3,5,7]:
print n*' ' + 'x'
``` |

Putting these two loops into one program results in:

for n in [7,5,3,1]: |

print n*' ' + 'x' |

for n in [1,3,5,7]: |

print n*' ' + 'x' |

The code doesn't quite produce what we'd starting out to do. Can you find a way to fix it?