The numbers ending with 1, 3, 5, 7 and 9 in one's place are called odd numbers. The numbers ending with 0, 2, 4, 6, and 8 in one's place are called even numbers.

__ODD NUMBERS and
EVEN NUMBERS__

__ODD NUMBERS__

The numbers ending with 1, 3, 5,
7 and 9 in one's place are called **odd numbers.**

**EXAMPLE**

100**1**,
100**3**, 100**5**,
100**7**, 100**9**

237**1**,
486**3**, 560**5**,
378**7**, 123**9**

__EVEN NUMBERS__

The numbers ending with 0, 2, 4,
6, and 8 in one's place are called **even numbers.**

**EXAMPLE**

200**2**,
200**4**, 200**6**,
200**8**, 996**0**

**Remember:**

To identify whether
the given number is odd or even, it is enough to look at the digit in ‘ones‛
place.

__Activity__

Circle the odd numbers box and
write their names in the following boxes.

1. 8123 Eight
thousand one hundred and twenty three.

2. 2973 Two
thousand nine hundred and seventy three.

3. 8841 Eight
thousand eight hundred and forty one.

4. 1045 One
thousand forty five.

5. 7483 Seven
thousand four hundred and eighty three.

6. 5667 Five
thousand six hundred and sixty seven.

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