# even number

## even number

[′ē·vən ‚nəm·bər]
(mathematics)
An integer which is a multiple of 2.
References in classic literature ?
Miss Melhuish was merely the rector's daughter, and she had only been asked to make an even number.
If in that time an even number passed her, the sign given should be a sign to live.
But he never said anything, so far as I can remember, about counting up to the odd number of seventeen by the even numbers of twos.
It said: 'In continuation of this department's notification of even number dated 28.
However, the division's notification of even number dated 18-12-2017 regarding suspension of Asad Mehboob Kayani, member engineering CDA under CDA regulations 1999 was withdrawn.
While a Legislative House cannot have an even number of seats, what's more unceremonic, in this incident, is that the Gandhi scion cannot go through an event without making innocent gaffes.
Alternatively, students may reason that consecutive numbers must consist of an odd and an even number and therefore that the sum is necessarily odd.
The opinion of the mathematician Christian Goldbach, stated in correspondence with Euler in 1742, that every even number greater than 2 can be expressed as the sum of two primes, seems to be true in the sense that no one has ever found a counterexample (Boyer & Merzbach, 1989, p.
Ooooh, look, a number plate that ends with the number 6," I would say with envy from our hybrid, shared taxi, to my wife and kids as we see the Chinese-made Chery on Shaikh Zayed Road proudly flaunting her even number.
The carpooling option is convenient for people like me who go to Nehru place in south Delhi as commuting time is now 40 minutes compared to one and half hours of travel in metro", said Lokesh Kumar, a resident of sector 40, having an odd number car and has invited people having even number vehicles.
It could have come straight out of a Monty Python script - police in Leicestershire have only been going to attempted burglaries if the victims live in a house with an even number.
David Cameron would receive red carpet treatment from the police because he lives at 10 Downing Street, an even number.

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