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Q: Does an odd number plus an odd number equal positive?

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An odd number plus an even number will always be an odd number.

Yes.

An even number

No. An odd number of negatives in multiplication is negative.

Ha i recently wondered this! There is no answer a positive plus a positive always equals a negative (vice versus) its just the mathematic rule!

Yes because 12+11 = 23 which is an odd number

The number 175 is an odd number. This number, 175 has four positive factors (35,5 and 25,7). These number are all positive and when multiplies equal 175.

No. As both negative and positive numbers can be odd, there is no first odd number, and therefore no 100th odd number. The 100th odd positive number is 199.

In normal arithmetic, never.

1+1=2

It doesn't. An even number(for example 2) plus an odd number(for example 3) would give you an odd number for the answer. Comment: Im sorry but you are mistaken, 2 is an odd number 2/2 2/1 so 2+4=6 see?

An even number.

Any odd number can be written as an even number plus one. Any even number plus any other even number makes an even number. Add one makes an odd number. So an odd number plus an even number is always an odd number. Algebraically, any odd number can be written as 2a+ 1 where a is a whole number. Any even number can be written as 2b, where b is a whole number. Add them together, the sum is 2(a + b) + 1, which is odd.

The 7th positive odd number is 13

All even numbers can be divided by two, while odd numbers can't. Also, an even number plus an even number is always even. An odd number plus an odd number is always even. An even number plus an odd number is always odd.

It is an odd number.

... equals an even number

A negative number squared equals a positive number. When multiplying, odd numbers of negatives result in a negative answer, and even numbers of negatives result in a positive answer.

impossible, they are all odd numbers, 5 x odd numbers will equal an odd number

It's the smallest positive odd number.

Unless this is a trick question, none of them do. Zero is an even number, so therefore no positive odd number and negative equivalent will add to form an odd number. Similarly, negative odd numbers will add to form negative even numbers, and positive odd numbers will add to equal positive even numbers. Somebody please inform me if I'm missing something simple here.

An odd number squared would always equal an odd number and an even number squared would always equal an even

What! Even numbers never equal an odd number. Not ever!

This is not possible, 27 is an odd number, 4 odd numbers will always equal an even number.

Count how many of the numbers are odd. If an odd number of them are odd, then their sum is odd. If an even number of them are odd, then their sum is even.