Algebra 1 Polynomials

Suppose n is an integer. Select all statements below that are true: (choose 3)

A) n^2 + n is always an even integer***
B) n^2 + n is always an even integer when n is even***
C) n^2 + n is always an even integer when n is odd***
D) n^2 + n is never an even integer when n is odd
E) n^2 + n is never an even integer
F) n^2 + n is sometimes an even integer

Please correct my answers. Thanks!

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  1. From my examples, A is correct.

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  2. What about the rest?

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  3. the first three are correct

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  4. A includes B and C.

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  5. a b c are correct y’all

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  6. Those who said A, B, and C are correct I got that question right

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  7. For full points, it's A, B, and C. <3 I just took the test and got it correct.

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  8. Thanks, I was literally thinking the same answers and I was like this will help me.
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  9. the full thing 100%

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    2. A
    3. B
    4. C
    5. D
    6. B
    7. A
    8. D
    9. A
    10. B
    11. B
    12. A,B,C

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