If i and j are integers, is i+j an even integer?

1) i<10

2)i=j

Answer in the book is B. I think it should be E because what if i=0?

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Is 0 an even integer ?alexac2 wrote:If i and j are integers, is i+j an even integer?

1) i<10

2)i=j

Answer in the book is B. I think it should be E because what if i=0?

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0 is an even number.alexac2 wrote:If i and j are integers, is i+j an even integer?

1) i<10

2)i=j

Answer in the book is B. I think it should be E because what if i=0?

-2, -4, -6 are also even numbers.

So, B is correct.

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