# How to Identify Even and Odd Numbers (Integers)

Identifying Even and Odd Numbers may seem like a big deal, but it’s very easy to tell what number is even and what not. Let’s try to find out.

## List of Odd Numbers and Even Numbers Chart between 1 and 100

Here is the list of all odd and even numbers between 1 and 102 ### Even and Odd Number Identifier

Type a Number and Hit the Submit button to check if the number is even or odd.

### How to Identify an odd Number

• Method 1 (Easy Method): If there is 1, 3, 5, 7 or 9 at the one’s place of a number it will be an odd number. In another word, you need to look at the end of the number. If a number has 1, 3, 5, 7 or 9 at the end, it’s an odd number.

Example:
43 is an odd number because there is 3 at one’s place (at the end).
But, 456 is not an odd number because it doesn’t have 1, 3, 5, 7 or 9 in the end.

• Method 2: If you know division, you can try to divide the number by 2. If it cannot be divided, then it’s an odd number. The result of the division must not be a whole number to make the number an Odd Number.

Example:
36 / 2 can be divided to get a whole number, so 36 is not an odd number.
But, 49 / 2 cannot be divided to get a whole number. So 49 is an odd number.

### How to Identify an Even Number

• Method 1 (Easy Method): If a number has 0, 2, 4, 6, 8 in the end (at one’s place), then it’s an even number.

Example:
4 is an even number because there is 4 at one’s place.
120 is an even number because there is 0 in the end.
23 is not an even number because it doesn’t have 0, 2, 4, 6, 8 in the end. It’s an odd number.

• Method 2: If the number can be divided by 2 to get a whole number, then it’s an even number.

Example:
200 / 2 can be divided to get a whole number, so 200 is an even number
243 / 2 will not give you a whole number after division, so 243 is not an even number.