No. A multiple of an even number cannot be odd.
odd - even numbers are a multiple of 2.
27 cannot be a multiple of 4 because 27 is an odd number and 4 is an even number. No odd number can be a multiple of an even number, only even numbers can be multiples of even numbers.
It CAN'T be even, since the number 2 is not a factor of the odd number. "Even" means that a number is a multiple of 2.
An even number is a multiple of two and an odd number is not.An even number is an integer that is divisible by two.
At least one of the factors of an even number must be even, because the product of odd factors is always odd.
No, you cannot have an odd number when times by an even number.
It's just one of those laws of maths. It can be used as an indication to whether the answer could be right. It's similar to even + even = even Even + odd = odd Odd + odd = even
LCM stands for "least common multiple." By definition, they are multiples of each number, odd or even.
All multiples of 4 are even.
It is even if it is a multiple of 2 Or it will divide by 2 with no remainder
Any even number is a multiple of two.