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Even and Odd Integers## 0 is neither even nor odd.

## Zero is even.

Zero is even.

An integer is even if that integer is divisible by 2. An integer, n, is divisible by 2 if n = 2k, where k is an integer.

So, for example, 10 is even because 10 = (2)(5), and 5 is an integer.

Likewise, -22 is even because -22 = (2)(-11), and -11 is an integer.

Similarly, 0 is even because 0 = (2)(0), and 0 is an integer.

## zero is neither positive nor

## That's true

That's true

## appears this lesson (and the

## I don't have such a list.

I don't have such a list. However, the number of practice questions related to each topic is a good indication of the importance of that topic.

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