Three is a number, three hundred is a number, three hundred forty is a number, three hundred forty-two is a number, forty is a number, forty-two is a number, forty-two hundred is a number, two is a number, and two hundred is a number, but three hundred forty-two hundred is not a number.
There is nothing wrong with being number two! In war, number two is a body bag (death). In two contestant games, being number two is first loser. In business, number two means you'll have to try harder.
This is another easy question. The number that is divisible by 2 is 4. There are others too. Any number is divisible by two if you can divide the last number of the number by two but not get a remainder. :0)
Yes, a number is a noun as well as an adjective. When a number is used on it's own, a number is a noun (see page two). When a number is used to describe a noun, a number is an adjective (there are two pages).
Double mean to multiply. For example: the algebra expression 2x can be written in the English Phrases like -Double a Number -Twice a number -Two of a number -Two times a number -or the product of two and a number.
There are no top numbers. Suppose there was a top number that was divisible by two. Then that number plus two would be divisible by two and it would be bigger than the top number. So the first number could not have been a top number.
No two consecutive numbers have a product that is an even number. Any two consecutive numbers include one odd number and one even number. The product of one odd number and one even number is always an odd number.