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Adding Numbers: Is the Answer Odd or Even?

In this worksheet, students add together two numbers and decide whether the answer is an odd or even number.

'Adding Numbers: Is the Answer Odd or Even?' worksheet

Key stage:  KS 2

Curriculum topic:  Number: Addition and Subtraction

Curriculum subtopic:  Add/Subtract Mentally

Difficulty level:  

Worksheet Overview

QUESTION 1 of 10

In this worksheet, find the sum of two numbers and then identify whether the result is an odd or even number.

 

For Example:

Question -
Work out whether the result of this addition is an odd or even number.

29   +  5   =   ______

 

Answer -

29   +  5  =  34

This number 34 is an even number, since it is divisible by 2.

 

Work out whether the result of this addition is an odd or even number.

92   +  5   =   ______

97 (Odd)

97 (Even)

87 (Odd)

87 (Even)

Work out whether the result of this addition is an odd or even number.

68   +  12   =   ______

80 (Odd)

80 (Even)

90 (Odd)

90 (Even)

Work out whether the result of this addition is an odd or even number.

87   +  70   =   ______

157 (Even)

157 (Odd)

197 (Odd)

197 (Even)

Work out whether the result of this addition is an odd or even number.

100   +  1   =   ______

99 (Even)

99 (Odd)

101 (Odd)

101 (Even)

Work out whether the result of this addition is an odd or even number.

52   +  11   =   ______

63 (Odd)

63 (Even)

53 (Odd)

53 (Even)

Work out whether the result of this addition is an odd or even number.

78   +  98   =   ______

184 (Odd)

184 (Even)

176 (Odd)

176 (Even)

Work out whether the result of this addition is an odd or even number.

13   +  37   =   ______

50 (Odd)

50 (Even)

30 (Odd)

30 (Even)

When you add two even numbers, what is the result?

Odd

Even

Can't be sure

When you add two odd numbers, what can you say about the result?

Odd

Even

Can't be sure

When you add an odd number and an even number, what can you say about the result?

Odd

Even

Can't be sure

  • Question 1

Work out whether the result of this addition is an odd or even number.

92   +  5   =   ______

CORRECT ANSWER
97 (Odd)
EDDIE SAYS
97 is odd because it's not divisible by 2.
  • Question 2

Work out whether the result of this addition is an odd or even number.

68   +  12   =   ______

CORRECT ANSWER
80 (Even)
EDDIE SAYS
80 is even because it's divisible by 2.
  • Question 3

Work out whether the result of this addition is an odd or even number.

87   +  70   =   ______

CORRECT ANSWER
157 (Odd)
EDDIE SAYS
157 is odd because it's not divisible by 2.
  • Question 4

Work out whether the result of this addition is an odd or even number.

100   +  1   =   ______

CORRECT ANSWER
101 (Odd)
EDDIE SAYS
101 is odd because it's not divisible by 2.
  • Question 5

Work out whether the result of this addition is an odd or even number.

52   +  11   =   ______

CORRECT ANSWER
63 (Odd)
EDDIE SAYS
63 is odd because it's not divisible by 2.
  • Question 6

Work out whether the result of this addition is an odd or even number.

78   +  98   =   ______

CORRECT ANSWER
176 (Even)
EDDIE SAYS
176 is even because it's divisible by 2.
  • Question 7

Work out whether the result of this addition is an odd or even number.

13   +  37   =   ______

CORRECT ANSWER
50 (Even)
EDDIE SAYS
50 is even because it's divisible by 2.
  • Question 8

When you add two even numbers, what is the result?

CORRECT ANSWER
Even
EDDIE SAYS
Example: 24 + 24 = 48
  • Question 9

When you add two odd numbers, what can you say about the result?

CORRECT ANSWER
Even
EDDIE SAYS
Example: 13 + 13 = 26
  • Question 10

When you add an odd number and an even number, what can you say about the result?

CORRECT ANSWER
Odd
EDDIE SAYS
Examples: 13 + 12 = 15 55 + 54 = 109
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