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An odd number squared would always equal an odd number and an even number squared would always equal an even

Q: An odd number when squared equals to an even number?

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An odd number.

because that's the theory of maths even x even = even even x odd = odd even + even = even even + odd = odd

That's just math, buddy

21+9=20

it would be even. for example 2 times 3 equals 6 and 11 times 20 equals 220 so it would be even

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an odd number.

... equals an even number

An odd number.

A negative number squared equals a positive number. When multiplying, odd numbers of negatives result in a negative answer, and even numbers of negatives result in a positive answer.

because that's the theory of maths even x even = even even x odd = odd even + even = even even + odd = odd

This equals to the even number 12.

That's just math, buddy

it's impossible because the sum of any two odd numbers equals an even number; odd# + odd# = even#. even# +even# = even#. odd# + odd# + odd# + odd# = even#.

21+9=20

No. 1+5 = 6, which is not a squared number.

it would be even. for example 2 times 3 equals 6 and 11 times 20 equals 220 so it would be even

No -an odd and an odd equals even ( 5+3=8) -an even and an odd equals odd (2+3=5) -an even and an even equals even (4+6=10)