Every odd number. Multiplying two even numbers gives an even number. Multiplying an odd and an even number gives an even number. Multiplying two odd numbers gives an odd number.
Your answer will always be even
Your question is incomplete. Adding an even number with an odd number will always result in an odd number. Multiplying an even number with an odd number will always result in an even number.
Yes - while multiplying odd numbers by even numbers will always produce an even result.
You can tell it will be even when the number you are multiplying has a 2 4 6 8. You can tell it will be odd when the number you are multiplying has a 1 3 5 7.
That happens because 5 is an odd number. An odd number times an odd number will give you an odd product; an odd number times an even number will give you an even product. The same happens for the multiples of any other odd number.
The multiples of ODD numbers by ODD numbers are ODD. (e.g. 1 x 3, 3 x 3, 5 x 3) Multiplying any number by an EVEN number produces an EVEN number.
The sum of an odd number and an even number will always give an odd number. Ex: 2 + 5 = 7
Multiplying two odds together gives an odd result Otherwise multiplying one even and one odd, or two even numbers together gives an even result.
Because multiplying three by an even number will get an even product.
Even square numbers are even, by definition. Two even numbers multiplied together give an even number so no, they cannot multiply to give an odd number. You have to multiply an even number by an odd number to do this.