Challenge: Odd and Even | Conditional Statements
Introduction to Python

## Challenge: Odd and Even

You're provided with a number labeled `num`. Using `if`/`else`, display the message:

• `"The number num is odd"` if `num` is odd.
• `"The number num is even"` if `num` is even.

In the `print()` functions, fill in the `___` with the appropriate descriptor (`'odd'` or `'even'`). Tip: A number is considered even if, when divided by `2`, the remainder (using the `%` operator) is `0`.

Note

In Python, the `%` operator is used as the modulo operator, which returns the remainder after dividing one number by another. For example, `5 % 2` would return `1`, since 2 goes into 5 twice with a remainder of 1.

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Section 3. Chapter 8

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Introduction to Python

## Challenge: Odd and Even

You're provided with a number labeled `num`. Using `if`/`else`, display the message:

• `"The number num is odd"` if `num` is odd.
• `"The number num is even"` if `num` is even.

In the `print()` functions, fill in the `___` with the appropriate descriptor (`'odd'` or `'even'`). Tip: A number is considered even if, when divided by `2`, the remainder (using the `%` operator) is `0`.

Note

In Python, the `%` operator is used as the modulo operator, which returns the remainder after dividing one number by another. For example, `5 % 2` would return `1`, since 2 goes into 5 twice with a remainder of 1.

Everything was clear?

Section 3. Chapter 8