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Q: Is a decimal and negative numbers odd or even?

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No, even numbers are evenly divisible by two, which means that only the multiples of two are even numbers. Odd numbers make up the other integers. There is no such thing as an odd or even decimal.

Only integers are even or odd. We do not call fractions, irrational numbers, imaginary numbers, and so on either even or odd. If a decimal is equal to an integer (for example 24.0 is equal to 24), then it is even if the integer is even or odd if the integer is odd. If a decimal is not equal to an integer (for example 24.1 is not an integer), then it is neither even nor odd.

Decimal numbers generally are not considered to be odd or even. Only integers are odd or even. So on that basis, 3.6 is not an odd number, but neither is it an even number.

Only integers (the whole numbers, including zero and negative whole numbers) are odd or even. Other numbers (like irrational numbers, fractions that don't simplify to integers, imaginary numbers, and so on) are neither odd nor even.

Only integers are even or odd. If a decimal is equal to an integer (for example 24.0 is equal to 24), then it can be even or odd. If a decimal is not equal to an integer (for example, 24.1 is not an integer), then it is neither even nor odd.

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No, even numbers are evenly divisible by two, which means that only the multiples of two are even numbers. Odd numbers make up the other integers. There is no such thing as an odd or even decimal.

yes

If you are talking about decimal as in base 10, than yes. If you are talking about decimal as in place value, than no, because numbers that are not whole numbers can not be grouped into even and odd.

You can't. Only whole numbers are odd or even.

Only integers are even or odd. We do not call fractions, irrational numbers, imaginary numbers, and so on either even or odd. If a decimal is equal to an integer (for example 24.0 is equal to 24), then it is even if the integer is even or odd if the integer is odd. If a decimal is not equal to an integer (for example 24.1 is not an integer), then it is neither even nor odd.

Negative numbers to even powers will be positive, negative numbers to odd powers will be negative. The answer is -16,384.

Any 2 negative numbers, whether even or odd, when multiplied are positive

Unless this is a trick question, none of them do. Zero is an even number, so therefore no positive odd number and negative equivalent will add to form an odd number. Similarly, negative odd numbers will add to form negative even numbers, and positive odd numbers will add to equal positive even numbers. Somebody please inform me if I'm missing something simple here.

Yes, absolutely. And 0 is an even number.

All even numbers are divisible by 2 with no remainder. Why are the numbers 1.3499,2.4596,4.4817 classed as even numbers? And 1.8221, 3.3201 are classified as odd numbers in numerical integration

Decimal numbers cannot be defined as either odd or even.

It is a negative number. The answer is the same whether there is an odd or even number of addends.

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