Odd integer

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An odd integer $n$ is an integer which is not a multiple of $2$ (or equivalently one more than a multiple of $2$). The odd integers are $\ldots, -5, -3, -1, 1, 3, 5, \ldots.$ Every odd integer can be written in the form $2k + 1$ for some unique other integer $k$.

The product of any two odd integers is odd, but the sum and difference of any two odd integers are even.

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The sum and difference of an even integer and odd integer are odd. Besides $2,$ all prime numbers are odd.


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