An odd number of odd numbers can not add up to an even number. There fore any 9 (odd) odd numbers can not add up to 50 (even).
There is no answer. Two odd numbers add up to an even number, and adding an odd number to an even number produces an odd number. Therefore three odd numbers cannot add up to an even number.
Multiply two odd numbers Add an even and an odd Subtract an odd and an even
Two is the only even prime number. When you add an odd number to another odd number, you get an even number. When you add an even number to an odd number, you get an odd number. 91 is an odd number, therefore the answer is 2 and 89.
None. Any two odd numbers add up to an even number.
No. No matter what you use, the sum of an odd number and an even number will always be odd.
Unless this is a trick question, none of them do. Zero is an even number, so therefore no positive odd number and negative equivalent will add to form an odd number. Similarly, negative odd numbers will add to form negative even numbers, and positive odd numbers will add to equal positive even numbers. Somebody please inform me if I'm missing something simple here.
Two odd numbers always sum to an even number. Always. Two even numbers always sum to an even number, and an odd number and an even number always sum to an odd number.
Let E1 and E2 be two even numbers. Then (E1+1)(E2+1) will be the product of two odd numbers. We have E1*E2 +E2+E1+1. Now when we add or multiply even numbers, we get even numbers and we add 1, it's odd.
There are no 5 odd numbers that when added together make 30.Two odd numbers added together make an even numberAn odd number plus and even number makes an odd number.From the five odd numbers:Take two of them and add them together getting an even number and four odd numbersAdd another of the odd numbers to this even number and you will have three odd numbersAdd two of these together and you will have one even and one odd number.Finally add these odd and even numbers together and the result will be an odd numberBut 30 is an even number, so cannot be the sum of five (or any odd number of) odd numbers.
When you add an odd number to an odd number, you get an even number. When you add an odd number to that even number, the sum is always odd. Don't believe it? Try a few examples yourself.
If you want to get an odd number as a result: * Add any even number with any odd number. * You can also add any three odd numbers, or two even number and an odd number.
because it can, if you add odd numbers the always don't have to be an odd number
No three odd numbers can add up to an even number.
The sum of two odd numbers is an even number.
No, because two odd numbers always add together to be an even number, and a even plus an odd number is an odd number, example: 3+1+11=An even number? 3+1=4 4+11=15 Is 15 even? No. 3+1+11= An odd number (15)
If you add, subtract, or multiply two even numbers, you will get an even number. If you divide an even number by another even number, you may get an even number, an odd number, or even a fraction.
An even number
The sum of two odd numbers never makes an odd number. Only the sum of an odd number and an even number makes an odd number.
You cannot do this, because you're taking odd numbers: if you add two odd numbers together, you will get an even number. Take the odd numbers in pairs, so you'll have 3 pairs plus an extra odd number. The 3 pairs make 3 even numbers. You can add up any number of even numbers and get an even number, so you will have an even + odd, which is odd. 30 is an even number, but your result will be odd, no matter what 7 odd numbers you choose.
no, it can't be. that's because only an even and even numbers or odd and odd numbers add up to be even. so no it cannot be even.