Worksheet: Identifying Odd and Even 3-Digit Numbers Using Their Properties

In this worksheet, we will practice identifying odd and even 3-digit numbers using their properties.

Q1:

The smallest of three consecutive even numbers is 598. What are the other two?

  • A600, 602
  • B596, 594
  • C597, 596
  • D599, 600

Q2:

Fill in the blank: 257, , and 159 are three odd numbers. Their sum is 589.

Q3:

Pick the two odd numbers whose sum is 678.

  • A 7 7 , 6 0 1
  • B 7 6 , 6 0 1
  • C 7 6 , 6 0 2
  • D 7 7 , 6 0 2

Q4:

What is the highest even number less than 710?

Q5:

Is 1 4 6 + 6 0 2 even or odd?

  • Aeven
  • Bodd

Q6:

Find the greatest three-digit odd number that can be formed by using the three numbers 2, 1, and 4.

Q7:

The largest of three consecutive odd numbers is 863. What are the other two?

  • A865, 867
  • B864, 865
  • C862, 861
  • D861, 859

Q8:

Find the odd number that is greater than 383 and smaller than 387.

Q9:

Which is the even number? 3 , 2 0 7 , 5 3 , 5 8 9 , 1 5 , 3 , 0 7 0

Q10:

Which is the odd number, 7,134, 80,188, 27, or 4,622?

Q11:

What is the highest odd number less than 6 6 7 ?

Q12:

Find the two odd numbers that are greater than 449 and less than 455.

  • A453, 455
  • B451, 453
  • C450, 451
  • D452, 454

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