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If r and s are integers, is r^2+s even?

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carcass wrote:
If r and s are integers, is \(r^2+s\) even?

(1) The product of rs is odd.
(2) r is odd.


Questions involving number properties are usually based on logic, not explicit calculations.
We'll look for such an answer, a Logical approach.

(1) rs is odd implies that both r and s are odd. Then r^2 is odd and r^2 + s is odd + odd = even.
Sufficient.

(2) without information on s, this is insufficient.
Insufficient.

(A) is our answer.
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