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Discrete math questionEnter Tor F depending on whether the statement is true or not. (You must enter Tor F- True and False will not work.) If it is true do a proof and if it is false provide a counter-example (Of course the proofs and counter-examples must be written down on paper!) 1. The difference of 2 even numbers is even. EE: 2. There exist integers n and m such that Va-b-Va-Vb. EEE 3. If a is divisible by 3 then a is divisible by 9. E 4. A necessary condition for an integer to be divisible by 6 is that it is divisible by 2. i5. The square root of any natural number n that is even is even. 6. If n is even and the square root of n is a natural number then the square root of n is even.

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