An odd number plus an even number will always be an odd number.
In normal arithmetic, never.
An even number
You can simply take the lowest even numbers and subtract it i.e. 4-2=2
Yes, an even number plus an even number is always even. Also, and odd number plus an odd number is always even.
No. It can only become even more negative.
All multiples of even numbers will equal an even number.
It is an even number.
Any odd number can be written as an even number plus one. Any even number plus any other even number makes an even number. Add one makes an odd number. So an odd number plus an even number is always an odd number. Algebraically, any odd number can be written as 2a+ 1 where a is a whole number. Any even number can be written as 2b, where b is a whole number. Add them together, the sum is 2(a + b) + 1, which is odd.
All even numbers can be divided by two, while odd numbers can't. Also, an even number plus an even number is always even. An odd number plus an odd number is always even. An even number plus an odd number is always odd.
No it will not.A negative number plus a negative number will be a number further from zero - even more negative!
a minus and a plus equal a minus number yeh dude
It doesn't. An even number(for example 2) plus an odd number(for example 3) would give you an odd number for the answer. Comment: Im sorry but you are mistaken, 2 is an odd number 2/2 2/1 so 2+4=6 see?
not all the time
What! Even numbers never equal an odd number. Not ever!
An odd number squared would always equal an odd number and an even number squared would always equal an even
No, never is.
That's not even a question. It's only a statement that says that some number is equal to itself.
A negative number.