## Double, Triple, Quadruple & Quintuple...

## Even Number Calculator for 0-100

### Infinitely Even number

### Simple Even numbers

### Double Even numbers

### Triple Even numbers

### Quadruple Even numbers

### Quintuple Even numbers

### Sextuple Even numbers

### Septuple Even numbers

### Octuple Even numbers

### Nonuple Even numbers

#### Enter any number between Zero to 100 in the calculator below

Double even numbers are even numbers that divide into two more even numbers. For example, 4/2=2, i.e. 2 is another even number. Whereas, 6/2=3, i.e. it ends in an odd number so 6 is just a simple even number - it can't be divided again. Triple even numbers can be divided three times before they end in an odd number, e.g. 8/2=4, 4/2=2 & 2/2=1.

The even numbers between 0-130 have the following number of divisions:

However, it's hard to see any pattern so it's easier to focus on just the lines that start in multiples of single odd numbers: 1, 3, 5, 7 & 9.

Then, if you take those lines out of the first group, some interesting patterns start to emerge.

Infinitely even number (iE) infinity x Even

Simple even numbers (E) 1x Even

Double even numbers (dE) 2x Even

Triple even numbers (tE) 3x Even

Quadruple even numbers (qE) 4x Even

Quintuple even numbers (quE) 5x Even - or Pentuple even numbers

Sextuple even numbers (sE) 6x Even - or Hextuple even numbers

Septuple even numbers (seE) 7x Even - or Heptuple even numbers

Simple even numbers (E) 1x Even

Double even numbers (dE) 2x Even

Triple even numbers (tE) 3x Even

Quadruple even numbers (qE) 4x Even

Quintuple even numbers (quE) 5x Even - or Pentuple even numbers

Sextuple even numbers (sE) 6x Even - or Hextuple even numbers

Septuple even numbers (seE) 7x Even - or Heptuple even numbers

Octuple even numbers (oE) 8x Even

Nonuple even numbers (nE) 9x Even

For more information about MULTIPLE EVEN NUMBERS

see https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Singly_and_doubly_even

and https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/P-adic_order

Acknowledgments: Adrian Miller