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Is there a law or theorem somewhere that states the difference between any two odd numbers is even? Or the difference between 2 even numbers is even?
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What's not trivially obvious is what you MEAN by "an even integer over 4". If you mean, literally, "an even integer divided by 4" then it doesn't make sense because the sum of two odd primes certainly has to be an INTEGER, not a half. If you mean "divisible by 4" then it's not true: 3+ 7= 10.Well its also trivially obvious that the sum of any two odd primes yields an even integer over 4, yet that has not been proven yet.
Actually, the sum of ANY two odd numbers is an even number (wether they are primes or not).It is indeed obvious the sum of any two odd primes is even
You can adjust Integral's proof to proove this.Is there a law or theorem somewhere that states the difference between any two odd numbers is even?
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Is there a law or theorem somewhere that states the difference between any two odd numbers is even? Or the difference between 2 even numbers is even?