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Q: Is it true that the gcf of any two even numbers is always even?

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True. Even numbers are even because they are multiples of 2. That means that any two even numbers will have at least 2 as a common factor. Since that number (the GCF) will have 2 as a factor, it will be a multiple of 2: an even number.

The GCF of any two odd numbers is always odd. The GCF of any two even numbers is always even. The GCF of an odd and an even number is always odd.

No, it is not true: it depends on what your numbers are.

True.

Yes.

That is correct.

The GCF of any two odd numbers is always odd because odd numbers don't have any even factors. The GCF of any two even numbers is always even because even numbers are divisible by two and any common factors would have at least one two in common. The GCF of an even and an odd number is odd because odd numbers don't have any even factors.

No, the product will always be even.

By definition, an even number has 2 as a factor. That means that any set of even numbers will have at least a common factor of 2. Since that common factor will also have 2 as a factor, it has to be even.

Yes, when you add any two even numbers, the result is always an even number.

True.

YES. The product of any two consecutive numbers is even because their product is always a multiple of 2.Examples:2 * 3 = 63 * 4 = 12

It depends what the statement is.

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No, always odd.

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Yes.

All even numbers have two as a factor. Any two even numbers have (at the least) two as a common factor. That means the GCF of any two even numbers will have two as a factor. Any number that has two as a factor is even.