# Week 3: November 23 – 29. For Loop. Part 2

# Oddities

Some numbers are just, well, odd. For example, the number **3** is odd, because it is not a multiple of two. Numbers that are a multiple of two are not odd, they are even. More precisely, if a number **n** can be expressed as **n** = **2** ∗ **k** for some integer **k**, then **n** is even. For example, **6** = **2** ∗ **3** is even.

Some people get confused about whether numbers are odd or even. To see a common example, do an internet search for the query "is zero even or odd?" (Don’t search for this now! You have a problem to solve!)

Write a program to help these confused people.

#### Input

Starts with the number of test cases **n** (**1** ≤ **n** ≤ **20**) on a line by itself, indicating the number of test cases that follow. Each of the following **n** lines contain a test case consisting of a single integer **-10** ≤ **x** ≤ **10**.

#### Output

For each **x**, print either '**x** is odd' or '**x** is even' depending on whether **x** is odd or even.

3 10 9 -5

10 is even 9 is odd -5 is odd