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The terms "even" and "odd" are defined for integers, not for fractions.

Q: What fractions are even?

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Only integers may be odd or even - not fractions.

Yep, they can be negative too :)

Yes, it applies to even multiplication of fractions and rational and irrational numbers.

Pattern? I don't even see the fractions.

Fractions that have the same size or the same value are called equivalent fractions. They represent the same amount or quantity, even though they may look different. For example, 1/2 and 2/4 are equivalent fractions because they both represent half of a whole.

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The concept of "even" and "odd" applies to integers, not to fractions in general.The concept of "even" and "odd" applies to integers, not to fractions in general.The concept of "even" and "odd" applies to integers, not to fractions in general.The concept of "even" and "odd" applies to integers, not to fractions in general.

Only integers may be odd or even - not fractions.

no not even close

Just straight across. 1/3 * 1/13 = 1/39 =======and with any multiplication of fractions

Yep, they can be negative too :)

Yes, it applies to even multiplication of fractions and rational and irrational numbers.

There are infinitely many fractions between 1 and 2 and I have no intention of even starting to list them.

You can find fractions in a lot of places. Some of them are construction, Baking Factory, even when you deliver pizza.

No, it is quite possible for the fractions not to have common factors, even if you cross-cancel.

The terms "odd" and "even" apply to integers (whole numbers), not to decimals or fractions.

I assume you mean, with different denominators. If you want to add the fractions, subtract them, or compare them (determine which one is greater), you have to convert them to similar fractions (fractions with the same denominator) first. Converting to similar fractions is not necessary, and usually doesn't even help, if you want to multiply or divide fractions.

Pattern? I don't even see the fractions.