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# How would you describe the rule for determining whether the product of many natural numbers is even or odd?

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2013-04-26 18:32:39

I would describe the rule as one of the simplest possible.

The product is odd only if each of the natural numbers is odd. If any one of them is even, the product is even.

I would describe the rule as one of the simplest possible.

The product is odd only if each of the natural numbers is odd. If any one of them is even, the product is even.

I would describe the rule as one of the simplest possible.

The product is odd only if each of the natural numbers is odd. If any one of them is even, the product is even.

I would describe the rule as one of the simplest possible.

The product is odd only if each of the natural numbers is odd. If any one of them is even, the product is even.

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2013-04-26 18:32:39
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2013-04-26 18:32:39

I would describe the rule as one of the simplest possible.

The product is odd only if each of the natural numbers is odd. If any one of them is even, the product is even.