Q: Which is the smallest number which when added to an even number makes the sum an odd number?

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Technically, there is no such thing as "the smallest number" since we can go into negative numbers and they go on forever. But if we are talking about positive integers, then the smallest would be 1 1 plus zero equals one. The second smallest would be 2 2 plus 1 equals 3

52 is the smallest even number greater than 50.

The smallest even number divisible by 6 and 9 is 18.

The smallest three-digit even number is -998. However, while considering only positive numbers, the smallest three-digit number even number is then 100.

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Technically, there is no such thing as "the smallest number" since we can go into negative numbers and they go on forever. But if we are talking about positive integers, then the smallest would be 1 1 plus zero equals one. The second smallest would be 2 2 plus 1 equals 3

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The definition of an even number is one that, when divided by 2, makes a whole number. This would be zero, as assuming it to be even then dividing by 2 gives the original answer - which is assumed to be even. Thus assuming it to be even makes it so.

Smallest even number 2Smallest odd number 12 + 1 = 3

zero is the smallest even number (0)

The smallest 3-digit number is 100, which is an even number.

The smallest even number using this combination of digits is 2568.

105 is an odd number, equal to 3 x 5 x 7. The smallest even multiple is 210, where 210/2 = 105.

52 is the smallest even number greater than 50.

Smallest 3-digit even number is 100.

The smallest even number greater than 30,000 is 30,002.