I'm attempting to create a number square when it's using a parameter. Whatever the user enters in the parameter it will display something like this (using 4 as an example):

4567

3456

2345

1234

I've come up this so far:

```
def numberedSquare(n):
for a in range(n, 0, -1):
print(a, end="\n")
for i in range(n+1, 0+1, -1):
print(i, end="\n")
for j in range(n+2, 0+2, -1):
print(j, end="\n")
for f in range(n+3, 0+3, -1):
print(f, end="\n")
```

Obviously the "\n" forces a new line but either way it still doesn't line up next to eachother. Now I'm thinking nested loops, but when I do, the numbers go crazy and so does the length of the square. :S

What am I missing?

Adam