First let us see what a "square free"(SF) integer means. By definition it means that the SF ineteger doesn't has a factor which is sqaure of any integer greater than 1. What that means is that when SF integer written in terms of prime factors than none of the prime factors have power greater than 1.

Example of SF: 2*3*5=30, 5*7=35, 3*7*2=42

Example of Not SF: 2^2*3=12, 2*3^3*5=90

* Now its evident that if any integer n is even SF (must contain 2 as one of its prime factors), n/2 will also be.

some other stuff to ponder over:

* If an interger is even SF, "2n" will NOT be SF. (2^2 factor will come)

* If an integer >1 is odd SF integer, n/2 will not be an Integer.

- Vicks