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Is zero even or odd?

Discussion in 'Electronic Design' started by Gactimus, Dec 20, 2004.

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  1. What in the sam-hell are you on? Thats what I've /BEEN/ saying, ya
    trollimous maximus;

    I've been saying it's undefined.

    "Will someone please put this retard out of his misery." -Eric Cartman
  2. vonroach

    vonroach Guest

    Then there was the trifle of your ambiguous apple question or should I
    say troll.
  3. Andrew Hamm

    Andrew Hamm Guest

  4. crzndog

    crzndog Guest

    Maybe it's nothing!

  5. I never asked the apple question, that was someone else. No wonder
    you're so mixed up, you can't even put a statement with the correct
  6. Earle Jones

    Earle Jones Guest

    Zero is even.

    1. It is divisible by two without a remainder.
    2. It occurs between two odd integers.

  7. Exactly. And if I may expand on that:

    Remember that:
    even + even = even (eg: 2 + 4 = 6)
    odd + even = odd (eg: 2 + 3 = 5)
    odd + odd = even (eg: 3 + 5 = 8)

    0 + 2 = 2
    - Even result, so zero must be Even; e+e=e rule.
    0 + 1 = 1
    - Odd result, so 0 cannot be odd.
    - Follows the e+o=o rule, again showing 0 must be Even.
  8. George Cox

    George Cox Guest

    What's that? Guess (on the basis that they're both GTM): Kelley's
    General Topology or Halmos's Measure Theory.
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