math
posted by priya .
Show that any positive integer is of the form 4q, 4q+2, where q is any positive integer.

Did you mean to say 'positive even integer' ?
Just like in your previous post, the even integers 2 and 4 cannot be obtained using your expressions.
I think you should change both statements to say " where q is any whole number "
Respond to this Question
Similar Questions

Math
When you add a positive integer and a negative integer, you sometimes get a negative result and sometimes get a positive result. Is the same true when you multiply a positive integer and a negative integer? 
math
Show that any positive odd integer is of the form 6q+1, 6q+3 or 6q+5, where q is any positive integer 
math
show that any positive odd integer is of the form 6q+1, 6q+3 or 6q+5, where q is any positive integer. 
math
show that any positive integer is of the form 4q, 4q+2, where q is any positive integer. 
MATH
Find the only positive integer whose cube is the sum of the cubes of three positive integers immediately preceding it. Find this positive integer. Your algebraic work must be detailed enough to show this is the only positive integer … 
Math (Complex Numbers)
Let N be the sum of all prime powers that can be written as 4^n+n^4 for some positive integer n. What are the last 3 digits of N? 
Math
A smooth partition of the integer n is a set of positive integers a 1 ,a 2 ,…a k such that 1. k is a positive integer, 2. a 1 ≤a 2 ≤⋯≤a k , 3. ∑ k i=1 a i =n, and 4. a k −a 1 ≤1. Determine … 
Math
Paulo withdraws the same amount from his bank account each week to pay for lunch. Over the past four weeks, he withdrew one hundred twenty dollars. Which rule best applies to determine the change in his account each week? 
DISCRETE MATHS
We need to show that 4 divides 1n2 whenever n is an odd positive integer. If n is an odd positive integer then by definition n = 2k+1 for some non negative integer, k. Now 1  n2 = 1  (2k+1)2 = 4k24k = 4 (k24k). k is a nonnegative … 
math
If n is a positive integer, then what is the value of (2/3)^n (1 1/2)^n1?