We can use what we know about patterns with numbers to help us determine if a number is even or odd.
Write the next number in the pattern:
2, \,4, \,6, \,8, \,10, \,12, \,⬚
To find the next number with an increasing pattern, we need to find how much is added each time and add it to last given number.
What are even and odd numbers? How can we determine if a number is even or odd? Let's find out.
Carl has 13 blocks and wants to divide them into two equal groups that are as big as possible. When doing this, Carl doesn't break any of the blocks into pieces.
How many blocks will there be in each group?
Is 13 an even number?
All even numbers end in 2,4,6,8 or 0.
All odd numbers end in 1,3,5,7 or 9.
Even numbers can be split into two equal groups with no remaining numbers left over.
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