Meaning of 'Never odd or even'?
I've got a speech on palindromes and I've opted to do it on 'never odd or even'. Problem is I dont know quit which angle to approach it from??
- rogerLv 75 years agoFavorite Answer
Every integer is either odd or even
Fractions are not odd or even.
Madam im adam
able was i ere i saw elba
a man a plan a canal panama
none of those are odd or even
they can have an odd or even number of letters tho
but every word with one letter is a palindrome
- 5 years ago
What do you mean? There are only 2 ways to approach a palindrome, from its end or its beginning. Either way it reads the same, that's what makes it a palindrome.
Able was I ere I saw Elba.
Madam I'm Adam.
A. B. Noon B.A.
- rmmLv 75 years ago
Odd or even relates to a number, so anything that isn't a number is not odd or even.
Such as green. Green is never odd or even.
So, you speech can be on anything that isn't a number.
- Anonymous4 years ago
Never Odd Or EvenSource(s): https://shorte.im/a77g4
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- SumDudeLv 75 years ago
I think it does not have a meaning. The sentence just works as a palindrome.
"Madam, I'm Adam." - that makes sense, except of course some punctuation is wrong.
- GuantanamoGeorgeLv 75 years ago
I don't see enough material in one palindrome for a speech. I think you should give several examples with some historic background, like who originated them.