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Q: If you subtract and even number and another even number can you get and odd number?

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you will always have an odd number when you subtract an odd number from am even number

7 is an odd number. If you subtract an odd number minus an even number, you will always get an odd number. There is no way to avoid this.

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when an odd number is subtracted from an odd number the answer is an even number.

The difference is an odd number.

Odd. First subtract 1 less than your odd number, (which is obviously even) to get even - even, which is even. Then take off your spare 1 to finish up odd.

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.

Multiply two odd numbers Add an even and an odd Subtract an odd and an even

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An odd number multiplied by another odd number will always equal an odd number. Therefore odd2 = odd x odd = odd number. eg 32 = 3 x 3 = 9. Take away 1 and you will have on even number.

yes you can and get a positive # too.... unless the odd # is more than the even #

Yes, that happens every single time.

Because the second number from an odd number is odd, and every other number is an odd number. In fact, if you add or subtract an even number with any number, the result keeps the same parity as the other number. So an odd number minus an even number is odd, while an even number minus and even number is even.

No. 10 - 2 = 8. The number 8 is even, not odd.

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Double it. Add or subtract one. Multiply it by an even number. Threaten it.

Yes it can if the result is 2, else it can't because an odd number - an odd number = an even number, and 2 is the only even prime.

The sum of one odd number and one even number is another odd number.

you get an odd number

Any even number minus another even number is either even or zero. Any odd number minus another odd number is also either even or zero.

No. The opposite is true: the gcf of an odd number and an even number is always odd. All the factors of an odd number are odd; or to put it another way: If a number has an even factor, the number itself must be even. Thus the only common factors between odd and even numbers must be odd.

odd * odd = odd answer even * even = even answer odd * even = even answer

7 Seven minus the "s" is "even."

No.To say a set is closed under subtraction means that if you subtract any 2 numbers in the set, the answer will always be a member of the set. If you subtract 3 from11, the answer is 8, which is not an odd number. Actually, when you subtract odd numbers, you always get an even number!

Because the sum of two odd numbers is always even and the sum of that even number plus another odd number is always odd.