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hey /sci/,

if i want to say a number with decimal fraction is odd or even, do i evaluate based on the proximity to the decimal?

example: 123.45 would be decimal fraction even, because of the 4.

pic related, it's me calculating the number of this post

>> No.9787856

Odd and Even are descriptions exclusive to the integers. Odd means that the integer can be expressed as 2(some integer)-1, and Even means that the integer can be expressed as 2(some integer). You could try to extend the definition to suit your purposes but I don't see the point.

>> No.9787860

>>9787856
there isn't something to denote odd or even based on fraction? i'm just curious.

if you were to split it into two numbers, there's no term to evaluate the fraction portion in the context of the full value?

>> No.9787863

>>9787851

Those suanpans look cool. I want a nice one to go with my little soroban. I also want a nice old schoty as well.

I went antiquing some moons ago and found a few old dusty suanpans, but they were kinda shitty so I didn't bother.

>> No.9787876

>>9787860
What problem are you trying to solve where you need to define a fraction as being even or odd?

>> No.9787877

>>9787876
Holy crap, that's an awesome post number. Alternating digits sandwiched between a number rotated 180 degrees.

>> No.9787880

>>9787877
s/he got interlaced trips

>> No.9787887
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9787887

>>9787877
>Holy crap, that’s an awesome post number

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9787907

>>9787851
is this loss ?

>> No.9787914

>>9787860
>there isn't something to denote odd or even based on fraction?
Nope

>> No.9787915

>>9787914
why not meme something then? please

>> No.9787927

>>9787915
Okay. A rational number p/q is said to be even if the integer p is even, and odd if p is odd. That's my definition. No standard one exists.

>> No.9787929

>>9787927
call it peekyou or kewpie then

>> No.9787930

>>9787877
the sevens need to be ones so it can be rotated

>> No.9788060

>>9787907
It would be the most esoteric loss ever made if it were

>> No.9788068

>>9787927
>6/2 is even

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