Geometry

Working on conjectures. The question is Conjecure: The product of any two odd numbers is _____? It shows several examples of odd numbers x odd numbers and the products are all odd. So I think the right answer is "odd numbers" but is there some formula I should be writing down?

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  1. I think you've made the proper conjecture. The product of odd numbers will always be odd.

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  2. Thank you very much. This is my 2nd day in high school and I'm feeling very frustrated by it all, was feeling like an .

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  3. yes

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