20200809, 04:06  #23 
Undefined
"The unspeakable one"
Jun 2006
My evil lair
2^{2}×5×7×41 Posts 

20200908, 20:15  #24  
Dec 2017
2·5·11 Posts 
Retina is correct
Quote:
According to retina's rules from the above quote, his statement is correct when the range is set to an odd number! Code:
evens = [x for x in range(5) if x % 2 == 0] print(evens) for number in evens: evens.append(number / 2) print(evens) break odds = [x for x in range(5) if x % 2 != 0] print(odds) for number in odds: odds.append(number * 2) print(odds) break Last fiddled with by ONeil on 20200908 at 20:16 

20200909, 00:55  #25 
Jun 2019
2×17 Posts 
Originally Posted by retina View Post
Every odd number is half of an even number. Some even numbers are not double an odd number. Therefore there are more even numbers than odd numbers. True because Even+even= odd Odd+odd = odd Only Even +odd = even 
20200909, 01:08  #26 
Jan 2020
75_{10} Posts 
I can totally understand this theory from the counting of base 5, 7 and 9. Any odd based counting will result in more even numbers.

20200909, 02:52  #27 
Romulan Interpreter
Jun 2011
Thailand
2×3×31×47 Posts 
Haha, for some reason I can't stop laughing. Paraphrasing a famous person, "I know I am stupid, but when I look around, I get wings". Last fiddled with by LaurV on 20200909 at 02:55 
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