Q: Are odd numbers on the south or north?

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North-south = odd numbers. East-west = even numbers.

Not at all. The nearest one to me is US90. It turns out, though, that the odd-numbered interstates run north-south, while the even-numbered interstates run east-west.

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The answer depends on how many odd numbers are being added together: even numbers make no difference.If the count of odd numbers is odd then the total is odd, andff the count of odd numbers is even then the total is even.

There is no such pattern because there are no even odd numbers. Odd numbers, by definition, are odd and therefore, not even.

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North-south = odd numbers. East-west = even numbers.

If you are referring to highway routes, north-south routes have the odd numbers.

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Interstate numbers are assigned based on their location and direction. Even numbers generally run east-west, with lower numbers in the north, while odd numbers usually run north-south, with lower numbers in the west. Major routes may end in 0 or 5.

Normally North and South. Even ones go East and West.

For the most part all the road signs in the US run even numbers for east and west, odd numbers for north and south.

Generally speaking, North to South use odd numbers. East to West use even numbers.

E-W interstates have even numbers (like I-70). N-S (like I-95) have odd numbers.

US interstate highways that end in odd numbers typically run north and south. An easy way to remember this is that odd numbers go up and down on a map, similar to the direction of travel for these highways.

Highway 40 runs predominantly east-west across the United States.

No. Routes ending in odd numbers are north-south routes. I-57 deviates to the west as you drive north on it, but it remains a north-south route. I-57 intersects with several east-west roads, including interstates.