Q: Is one even or odd and why?

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Odd + even = odd

The odd one out makes the even one in making the odd and even even one odd until the even ones are odd including the ones that aren't even

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If you're adding an odd number of numbers, if two are even and one is odd, you will get an odd number as a result. Three odds are odd. If two are odd and one is even, you have an even result. Three evens are even.

The 4 is even. The 5 is odd. Their sum, 9, is odd. The sum of (one even number) + (one odd number) is always odd.

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

The sum of an odd and even number is always odd because there's always one left over. Think of any odd number as being any even number plus one. If you add two even numbers, the answer is always even. If you add an even and an odd (plus one), the answer is always odd.

The sum of an odd and even number is always odd because there's always one left over. Think of any odd number as being any even number plus one. If you add two even numbers, the answer is always even. If you add an even and an odd (plus one), the answer is always odd.

The sum of an odd and even number is always odd because there's always one left over. Think of any odd number as being any even number plus one. If you add two even numbers, the answer is always even. If you add an even and an odd (plus one), the answer is always odd.

Any pair of one even and one odd number will have an even product and an odd sum.

One is an odd number

If you multiply one even number by one odd number, the result is always even. In general, if you multiply several numbers, and at least one of the numbers is even, the product is always even. This is because "even" means "multiple of 2", and if one of the factors contains a 2 as a factor, so will the product.

Yes. One has to be the square of an odd number. The other square has to the the square of the even number either before or after the odd number. If this is confusing just plug in real values. In either case, an odd times and odd is odd. Therefore one of the squares has to be odd. AN even times an even, however, is always even. Therefore, the second square has to be even. Thus, one of the squares is even and the other is odd. An even plus and odd is always odd.

Odd. Even + Even = Even Odd + Odd = Even Odd + Even = Even + Odd = Odd

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I would describe the rule as one of the simplest possible.The product is odd only if each of the natural numbers is odd. If any one of them is even, the product is even.I would describe the rule as one of the simplest possible.The product is odd only if each of the natural numbers is odd. If any one of them is even, the product is even.I would describe the rule as one of the simplest possible.The product is odd only if each of the natural numbers is odd. If any one of them is even, the product is even.I would describe the rule as one of the simplest possible.The product is odd only if each of the natural numbers is odd. If any one of them is even, the product is even.

that's an odd question. One is an odd number.

You have to look at the ones place digit for the quick way to this. If both ones digits are even then it will be even, if they are both odd then it will be even, if one is odd and one is even then it will be odd.

It is always an odd number

Here is one possible way: 2 * 1.25 2 * 1.5 5 * 2.5 It is a very odd way of doing it because, in so doing, none of the cows will remain alive. Suppose you could partition the 18 cows into 9 odd groups. Now, Odd + Odd = Even Even + Even = Even and Even + Odd = Odd So, Odd + Odd + Odd + Odd + Odd + Odd + Odd + Odd + Odd = 18 => Even + Even + Even + Even + Odd = 18 => Even + Even + Odd = 18 => Even + Odd = 18 => Odd = 18 which is false. Therefore, it is impossible to partition 18 cows into 9 odd groups.

one is odd, as are 1,3,5,7,9 evens are 0,2,4,6,8, etc

One is an odd number.

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