Q: Which is even number as B is odd number?

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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.

The difference of an odd number and an even number is an odd number.

An even number can be a multiple of an odd number OR an even number. An odd number cannot be a multiple of an even number.

Always odd.

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.

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Even b/c if the last number is even then even and if the last number is odd then the number is odd so 986 _6_ is even

An odd number plus an odd number will be an even number. Odd number A is (even number + 1) Odd number B is (even number + 1) A + B = (even number + 1) + (even number + 1) = even number + even number + 2 Since all even numbers are divisible by 2 and 2 is divisible by 2, each part of the result is divisible by 2, so the sum as a whole is divisible by 2, which means 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.

No. Two odd numbers added together always give an even number. Two even numbers added together always give an even number. An odd and an even number added together always give an odd number. So, if we have 5 odd numbers - a, b, c, d and e a + b will be even c + d will be even So if (a + b) + (c + d) is even, adding e to that will have to be an odd number - but 50 is even, so it cannot be done.

Yes. For example, 7 - 3 = 4. You will always get an even number when adding or subtracting an odd and an odd. Let A & B be two odd numbers, so find out if A - B is even or odd. A = 2a +1 & B = 2b + 1 {little a & b are any integers, multiplying by 2 guarantees that 2a is even, then adding 1 will make it odd} A-B = 2a+1 - (2b+1) = 2a + 1 - 2b - 1 = 2a - 2b = 2(a-b). So (a-b) is some integer, but you multiply by 2, so the answer is even. Add A+B = 2a+1 + 2b+1 = 2a + 2b + 2 = 2(a+b+1), so again we are multiplying 2 by some integer, and get an even number.

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

A number a is even if there exists an integer n such that a = 2n A number b is odd if there exists an integer m such that b = 2m + 1. So: a+b = (2n) + (2m +1) = 2 (n+m) + 1 Since n and m are integers, n+m is also an integer. So a+b satisfies the definition of an odd number.

"IT IS ALWAYS A ODD"

No. Sum of odd + odd = even Sum of odd + even = odd Sum of even + even = even

Odd

Let's do a small experiment with a few numbers to see we can find out.3 - 2 = 1, Odd when the first number is odd and larger than the second number which is even and smaller.5 - 12 = -7, Odd when the first number is odd and smaller than the second number which is even and larger.Based on the Inverse commutative property, switching the first number for an even would yield the same number except it's inverse.(a - b) = c(b - a) = -c2 - 3 = -112 - 5 = 7So it looks that an odd number minus an even number results in an odd number.

The difference of an odd number and an even number is an odd number.