# Difference between revisions of "Odd number"

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+ | An integer that is not divisible by $2$ (without remainder). Odd numbers are: $\pm1, \pm3, \pm5, \pm7, \pm9, \pm11,\dots$ | ||

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An integer that is not odd is called even (cf. [[Even number|Even number]]). | An integer that is not odd is called even (cf. [[Even number|Even number]]). |

## Latest revision as of 08:21, 17 December 2012

An integer that is not divisible by $2$ (without remainder). Odd numbers are: $\pm1, \pm3, \pm5, \pm7, \pm9, \pm11,\dots$

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An integer that is not odd is called even (cf. Even number).

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Odd number.

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