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When "n" is a odd number (-2)^n is positive. True Or False

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    False

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    because -2^3 is -8 and -2^1 is -2 and so and so forth

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    False

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    thanks

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    Yw

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    Most of the time I just ask how to do the question, I learned a lot from this website, a true or false question is just something I need to get done fast and get it correct, I take 30 test a day, I need to get them all done within 20 minutes.

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