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July 22, 2014

Homework Help: Maths

Posted by Stephanie on Thursday, November 20, 2008 at 1:16pm.

The first odd number can be expressed as 1 = 1squared - 0squared.

The second odd number can be expressed as 3 = 2squared - 1squared.

The third odd number can be expressed as 5 = 3squared - 2squeared.

a) Express the fourth odd number in this form. (Am I right in saying 7 = 4squared - 3squared)

b) Express the number 19 in this form. (Am I right in saying 19 = 10squared - 9squared)

c) Write down a formula for the Nth odd number and simplify this expression.

d) PROVE that the product of two consecutive odd numbers is always odd.

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