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    Question Proof of Biconditional Involving Even and Odd Integers.

    Could anyone verify or critique this proof? Throughout the proof, I am using the fact that an even integer can be written in the form of x=2m where m is an integer, and an odd integer has the form y=2n+1 where n is an integer.










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    I did not look into much details but it looks right.
    What main result are your trying to prove?


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