Math and Arithmetic

# Is 24 even or odd?

The number 24 is an even number. An even number is any number divisible by the number 2. An odd number is not divisible by 2.

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## Related Questions

Even plus even equals even. Odd plus odd equals odd. Odd plus even equals odd. 13 + 45 (odd plus odd) will be even. Even plus 24 will be even. Even plus 17will be odd. 13 + 45 + 24 + 17 will be odd.

An even number can be divided by 2 evenly. An odd number will have a remainder of 1 when divided by 2. An even and an odd can never equal 24.

An even number can be divided by 2 evenly. An odd number will have a remainder of 1 when divided by 2. 24 is an even number.

it is even because when you count 2's to 24 you can see if it is odd or even

If the number (count) of odd values to sum is odd, then the answer is odd.If the number (count) of odd values to sum is even, then the answer is even.

Count how many of the numbers are odd. If an odd number of them are odd, then their sum is odd. If an even number of them are odd, then their sum is 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.

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.

Odd. Even + Even = Even Odd + Odd = Even Odd + Even = Even + Odd = Odd

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

even times even = even odd times even = even odd times odd = odd

Yes. Even + Even = Even, Odd + Odd = Even and Even + Odd or Odd + Even = Odd

Go through each of the numbers, and count how many of them are odd. If you count an odd number of them, then their sum is odd. If you count an even number of them, then their sum is even.

No. Sum of odd + odd = even Sum of odd + even = odd Sum of even + even = even

Always. even + even = even odd + odd = even even + odd = odd odd + even = odd To summarise, if you add like numbers you get even, otherwise you get odd.

The sum of the 25 primes less than 100 is even (it is 1060).The first prime number is 2. Every other prime number is odd.So, of the 25 primes less than 100, one is even and 24 are odd.Any two odd numbers sum to an even number. Therefore, an even number of odd numbers has an even sum. So the sum of 24 odd numbers is even.Therefore, the sum of the 25 primes less than 100 is even.

even times even = even odd times odd = odd even times odd = even

Yes it would Even + even = even Even + odd = odd Odd + odd = even

No. The sum of two odd numbers or two even numbers is an even number. The sum of an even number and an odd number is an odd number. The sum of 5 odd numbers is: ((odd + odd) + (odd + odd)) + odd = (even + even) + odd = even + odd = odd But 32 is an even number, therefore it cannot be the sum of 5 odd numbers.

Yes. Odd times odd is odd. Odd times even is even. Even times even is even.

Never. When you dont add the same odd number and even number of times. For example: 5 + 3 (2 odd numbers; and even amount of odd numbers ) = 8 5 + 3 + 7 = 15 an odd amount of odd numbers 5 + 3 + 7 + 9 = 24 another even amount of odd numbers. But never if you use the only same number

The multiples of all odd numbers are odd and even. Odd x odd = odd. Odd x even = even. Since odd and even numbers alternate, the multiples will alternate as well.

No -an odd and an odd equals even ( 5+3=8) -an even and an odd equals odd (2+3=5) -an even and an even equals even (4+6=10)

opposite - answer will always be odd (when adding odd + even) odd + even 5 + 4 = 9 odd even + even 2 + 6 = 8 even odd + odd 3 + 1 = 4 even

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