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If n is an integer, which of the following cannot be odd?

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If \(n\) is an integer, which of the following cannot be odd?

A. \(n+2\)

B. \(n+3\)

C. \(2n\)

D. \(3n\)

E. \(n^2\)

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Each number, either odd or even multiples by 2, is even.
So option C cannot be odd

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SajjadAhmad wrote:
If \(n\) is an integer, which of the following cannot be odd?

A. \(n+2\)

B. \(n+3\)

C. \(2n\)

D. \(3n\)

E. \(n^2\)


2*Odd Number = Even Number
2*Even Number = Even Number...

Thus, Answer must be (C) 2n
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