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Odd even

1) If w, x, y, and z are integers such that w/x and y/z are integers, is w/x + y/z odd? a. wx + yz = odd b. wz + xy = odd 2) Each of the numbers w,x,y and z is equal to either 0 or 1. hat is the !alue of w+x+y+z"

#1) w$2+x$%+y$&+z$1'=11$1' #2) w$(+x$)+y$2*+z$&1=(1$&1 () +f , and - are .ositi!e inte/ers, is the .roduct ,- e!en" 1) 0x 1 %y is e!en 2) 'x + *y is e!en %) +f c and d are inte/ers, is c e!en" #1) c#d + 1) is e!en #2) #c + 2)#d + %) is e!en 0) +s the inte/er n odd" #1) n is di!isible ( #2) 2n is di!isible by twice as many .ositi!e inte/ers as n ') +f x, y and z are inte/ers, is x + y + 2z e!en" 1) x + z is e!en 2) y + z is e!en *) +f , and - are .ositi!e inte/ers, is the .roduct ,- e!en" 1) 0x 1 %y is e!en 2) 'x + *y is e!en &) +f the sum of the di/its of the .ositi!e two1di/it number x is %, what is the !alue of x" #1) x is odd. #2) 2wice the !alue of x is less than %%. )) +f x is an inte/er, is #x32 +1)#x+0) an e!en number"

a) x is an odd number b) Each .rime factor of x32 is /reater than * 10) +f c and d are inte/ers, is c e!en" #1) c#d + 1) is e!en #2) #c + 2)#d + %) is e!en 11) +f , is equal to the sum of the e!en inte/ers from %0 to '0, inclusi!e, and - is the number of e!en inte/ers from %0 to '0, inclusi!e, what is the !alue of ,+-" 000 001 0'0 0'14 0*2 12) +s the inte/er n odd" #1) n is di!isible ( #2) 2n is di!isible by twice as many .ositi!e inte/ers as n 1() 2he .ositi!e inte/ers x, y and z are such that x is a factor of y and y is a factor of z. +s z e!en. 1) xz is e!en 2) y is e!en. 1%) +f x, y, and z are inte/ers and xy+z is an odd inte/er, is x an e!en inte/er" 1. xy+xz is an e!en inte/er 2. y+xz is an odd inte/er

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