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# If x & y are positive integers, and (x + y )^2 is an odd integers

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If x & y are positive integers, and (x + y )^2 is an odd integers, is x an even number?

1) x^4 - y^3 is an odd integer

2) 0 < y^3 - y < 24

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21 May 2017, 03:28
Mo2men wrote:
If x & y are positive integers, and (x + y )^2 is an odd integers, is x an even number?

1) x^4 - y^3 is an odd integer

2) 0 < y^3 - y < 24

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