Q: What side do you serve from if you have a even number in badminton?

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Yes, you would get an even number. I'll use an example to tell you why you get an even number. Let's use 7 times 4. Let's say I set out 4 groups of 7 blocks. The first 6 blocks in each set would be an even number of blocks, so we can set those to the side since we already know they make an even number. This leaves us with one block per group left (the odd block). If we combine all the "odd" blocks, we would have four. These four blocks would make 2 sets of 2 blocks, thus giving us an even number of blocks. In other words, an odd number times an even number is even because the item that makes a number odd would match with an item that is making another number odd, thus those two "odds" match up to make an even number.

26 is greater. 26 is a whole number 0.3 is a decimal number, in decimal numbers the whole numbers go on the left side of the decimal point and the parts of a number (fractions) go on the right side of the decimal point. So . 3 is not even a whole number.

You said20 - 3x = 4 + x.Add 3x to each side of the equation:20 = 4 + 4xSubtract 4 from each side:16 = 4xDivide each side by 4 :4 = x

On the negative side it is finite: the number line goes on forever in both directions.

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a serve is were you use a variety of techniques to get the shuttle to the other side.

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when it's your serve, you serve from the left if your score is odd and from the right if even. So it will start on the right and the first person to get the first point will then serve on the left because they have got one.

You need to start on the right side of the badminton court because in your first serve, you are serving evens. (0) For evens (0,2,4,6,8) you stand on the right side of the court to serve and for odds (1,3,5,7,9) you stand on the left side of the court to serve.

If it is an even number, (which, in the beginning, it will be,) you serve from the right. If it is an odd number, you serve from the left. The same person keeps serving until they break their rally.

An "ace" happens on a serve where you hit the birdie to the opponents side and they miss. This is an "ace".

The server switches boxes on his or her side of the court, only after they score during their serve, after a game is complete and when one side reaches 8 points in a third game.

When A shuttlecock falls out of bounds its called a fault. Badminton was a game first played thousands of years ago in China and is still popular today.

the side tramlines are out, the back tramlines are in.

A badminton game is scored by hitting the birdie to the other side of the net.

A toss coin is held to decide which side of the court is given to which player. But, the player loses the opportunity to serve first. The player who wins the toss gets to decide which side of the court he/she wants. But the other player gets to serve first in turn.

To the side of the court.