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Every integer is either even (divisible by 2) or odd (not divisible by 2). Since an even number plus 1 is odd and an odd number plus one is even, because 1 does not divide 2. We know (n + 4) is odd. The next integer is (n + 4 + 1) = (n + 5), because an odd number plus 1 is even, (n + 5) is even. The integer after (n + 5) is (n + 6), since (n + 5) we know is even, (n + 6) must be odd. Since (n + 6) is the smallest integer that is greater than (n + 4) and is odd, so (n + 6) is the next odd integer.

Q: If n plus 4 represents an odd integer the next larger number odd integer is represented by?

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