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Excel

ISEVEN is a function in Excel that returns TRUE if the number passed to it is even, and FALSE if the number is odd. This function can be used in a number of ways, for example, to determine if a number is even or odd, to find the remainder when a number is divided by 2, or to create a custom formula. One way to use the ISEVEN function is to enter the following formula into a cell:

=ISEVEN(A1)

This will return TRUE if the number in cell A1 is even, and FALSE if the number is odd.

The syntax of ISEVEN in Excel is as follows:

=ISEVEN(number)

Where number is the number you want to test for evenness.

ISEVEN is a function in Excel that returns TRUE if the number passed to it is even, and FALSE if the number is odd. An example of how to use ISEVEN in Excel is to create a formula that checks if a number is even or odd. For example, the formula =ISEVEN(5) would return TRUE because 5 is an even number.

ISEVEN is not always useful in Excel. For example, it will not work if you are trying to test for an even number in a text string. In this situation, you would need to use the ISODD function.

ISEVEN is a formula in Excel that returns TRUE if the input is an even number and FALSE if the input is an odd number. There are a few other similar formulae that you can use in Excel. The formula IF(ISEVEN(A1), "An even number", "An odd number") will return "An even number" if the input is an even number and "An odd number" if the input is an odd number. The formula IF(MOD(A1, 2) = 0, "An even number", "An odd number") will return "An even number" if the input is evenly divisible by 2 and "An odd number" if the input is not evenly divisible by 2.

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