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ISEVEN: Google Sheets Formulae Explained

How do you use ISEVEN in Google Sheets?

ISEVEN is a function in Google Sheets that tests whether a number is even or not. To use the function, type "ISEVEN(x)" into a cell, where "x" is the number you want to test. The function will return "true" if the number is even, and "false" if the number is not even.

What is the syntax of ISEVEN in Google Sheets?

ISEVEN is a function in Google Sheets that returns whether a number is even or not. The syntax for ISEVEN is as follows:

=ISEVEN(number)

where "number" is the number you want to test for evenness.

What is an example of how to use ISEVEN in Google Sheets?

ISEVEN is a function in Google Sheets that returns TRUE if the given number is even, and FALSE if the given number is odd. An example of how to use ISEVEN in Google Sheets is shown below:

=ISEVEN(9)

This function will return TRUE because 9 is an even number.

When should you not use ISEVEN in Google Sheets?

ISEVEN is not compatible with the Google Sheets RANDBETWEEN function.

What are some similar formulae to ISEVEN in Google Sheets?

ISEVEN is a formula in Google Sheets that determines whether a number is even or not. It returns TRUE if the number is even and FALSE if the number is odd. There are a few similar formulae that you can use in Google Sheets to determine whether a number is even or not. The first is the MOD formula. The MOD formula returns the remainder of a division operation. So, for example, the MOD formula for 5 would return 0 since 5 divided by 2 equals 2 with a remainder of 0. The second formula is the IF function. The IF function allows you to test a condition and return a value based on the condition. So, for example, the IF formula for 5 would return FALSE since 5 is not divisible by 2. The last formula is the ROUNDDOWN function. The ROUNDDOWN function rounds a number down to the nearest whole number. So, for example, the ROUNDDOWN function for 5 would return 4 since 5 rounded down to the nearest whole number is 4.

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