re: Poker & Pot Odds ..... Implied Odds ......
well 24o has about 35% equity vs most overcards and probably about 30% vs a higher s/c like JTs. So that means that even if your opponent was pushing with something like AK, you still have 1:2 odds to win the pot. So if the blinds are something like 50/100 and it only costs you an extra 100 to call, you are getting (presuming villain isn't sb) 350:100 or 3.5:1 pot odds to call. Knowing such a short stack is highly unlikely to have any sort of hand (ie. overpair, which is the only situation you are in bad shape) this is a very easy call because you are getting 3.5:1 pot odds to call when you are very likely only a 1:2 dog to win the pot. Implied odds have nothing to do with your post, only pot odds.
Implied odds are applicable in the situation where you call a bet in the expectation of being able to gain extra chips from your opponent if you hit your hand. So say you have an FD on the turn and you might call a bet that is giving you say 2.5:1 for the pot odds. Well since your equity is only 4:1, this doesn't seem like a sound call. But but say, for instance, that your opponent has a big hand, like a set/2 pair etc. and that s/he won't be able to let go of it if a flush card comes and you bet. If you hit your hand, you might be able to win a 4/5 pot bet from your opponent, and make the turn call profitable. So say you call a $7.5 bet into a $10 pot on the turn. You are getting 2.3:1 pot odds. Now the pot is $25. You hit your flush on the river and bet $20 and villain calls. So you risked $7.5 to make $37.5, which means your implied odds were actually 5:1, which made this a profitable call.