Write whether every positive integer can be of the form 4q+2, where q is an integer. Justify your answer.
Asked by Jerlin George | 2nd May, 2015, 09:51: AM
All the numbers of the form 4q+2, where 'q' is an ineger, are even numbers which are not divisible by '4'.
For example, when q=1, we get the number as '6'.
When q=2, we get the number as '10'.
When q=0, we get the number as '2' and so on.
So, all hte numbers of the form 4q+2 will give only even numbers which are not multiples of '4'.
Hence, every positive integer can not be written in the form 4q+2
Answered by satyajit samal | 3rd May, 2015, 09:28: AM
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