Q: What is the only even odd number?

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They have only one thing in common. By adding 1 to either an even number or an odd number makes them opposite. (even becomes odd and odd becomes even).

Kind of. The only Prime number that is even is 2.

No. The property of odd and even is only appropriate for integers.

The sum of two odd numbers never makes an odd number. Only the sum of an odd number and an even number makes an odd number.

NO,2 is the only prime number which is even, so 2 is not a odd prime number.

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There is only one number and it is 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.

No. The opposite is true: the gcf of an odd number and an even number is always odd. All the factors of an odd number are odd; or to put it another way: If a number has an even factor, the number itself must be even. Thus the only common factors between odd and even numbers must be odd.

The only even prime number is 2, then its successor is 3

Neither. Only integers are odd or even.

No. Odd numbers only have odd factors. They could not have an even factor in common.

Oh honey, 63 is as odd as your Aunt Mildred's taste in fashion. It's not playing by the rules of those even numbers, marching to the beat of its own drum. So, in case you were wondering, 63 is definitely an odd number.

No. Even and odd are properties of integers only.

The only number is odd and that is 7.

They have only one thing in common. By adding 1 to either an even number or an odd number makes them opposite. (even becomes odd and odd becomes even).

Kind of. The only Prime number that is even is 2.

odd * odd = odd answer even * even = even answer odd * even = even answer