An even number can be divided by 2 evenly. An odd number will have a remainder of 1 when divided by 2. Odd times odd is always odd.
No, because 2 is prime. Otherwise the product of two odds is odd, and all primes are odd except 2.
Their product will also be 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.
no. 16 + 2 = 18 right? and 2 + 2 = 4 so no.
The product of two odd numbers is never even.
Two odd numbers are always even
There are 3 cases: An even number time an even number such as 2*6=12 is always even. Proof: Since even numbers can be expressed as 2*X and 2*Y, their product is 4xy which is even. An even number times an odd number (same as odd times even) such as 2*3=6 is always even. Proof: 2X represents an even number and 2Y+1 represents an odd number. Their product is 4XY+2X=2(2XY+X), which is even. An odd number times an odd number such as 11*11=121 is always odd. Proof: Let 2X+1 and 2Y+1 be the two odd numbers. Their product is 4XY+2X+2Y+1 = 2(2XY+X+Y)+1, which is odd. Summary: the product of two numbers is always even unless the two numbers are both odd.
Not always because as for example 2*19 = 38
No. 2 is a prime number, and any product of 2 and another prime number will be even.
One possible conjecture: The product is always an odd number. Another possible conjecture: The product is always greater than either of them. Another possible conjecture: Both odd numbers are always factors of the product. Another possible conjecture: The product is never a multiple of ' 2 '. Another possible conjecture: The product is always a real, rational number. Another possible conjecture: The product is always an integer.