Properties of Even and Odd Numbers

We will discuss here about the properties of even and odd numbers.


Property I:  Sum of two even numbers is an even number.

Consider some of the examples:

1. 12, 18 are two even numbers.

Their sum i.e.,

                              12

                         +   18

                              30 which is an even number.


2. 36, 52 are two even numbers.

Their sum i.e.,

                              36

                         +   52

                              88 which is an even number.



3. 90, 76 are two even numbers.

Their sum i.e.,

                              90

                         +   76

                            166 which is an even number.

 

 

Properties II: Sum of two odd numbers is an even number.

Consider some of the examples:

1. 13, 25 are two odd numbers.

Their sum i.e.,

                              13

                       +     25

                              38 which is an even number.



2. 37, 49 are two odd numbers.

Their sum i.e.,

                              37

                       +     49

                              86 which is an even number.



3. 51, 83 are two odd numbers.

Their sum i.e.,

                              51

                       +     83

                            134 which is an even number.



Properties III: Sum of even and odd numbers is an odd number.

Consider some of the examples:

1. 14 is an even number and 57 is an odd number.

Their sum i.e.,

                                1

                              14

                        +    57

                              71 which is an odd number.



2. 54 is an even number and 89 is an odd number.

Their sum i.e.,

                                1

                              54

                        +    89

                            143 which is an odd number.



3. 88 is an even number and 99 is an odd number.

Their sum i.e.,

                                1

                              88

                        +    99

                            187 which is an odd number.

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