if m and n are whole odd numbers, is true that m^2 + n^2 is always: a) perfect square b) divisible by 4 c) even d) odd I need to show how do it, PLZ help b)

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if m and n are whole odd numbers, is true that m^2 + n^2 is always: a) perfect square b) divisible by 4 c) even d) odd I need to show how do it, PLZ help b)

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i guess where n is a whole number
is not the same ?
by i need to show this by algebra not basic math
(2n+1) ^2 + (2m +1)^2 = 4n^2+ 4n + 1 + 4m^2 +4m +1
4( n^2 + m^2+ m +n) +2
is that enough to prove the answer ?
i guess 4(m^2 + n^2 +m + n) always has to be even and even +2 remains the same ..
right ?
4( n^2 + m^2+ m +n) +2, yeah this is enough to prove evenness.
I mean, it's a number divisible by 4 plus 2. I'm pretty convinced it's even, on a human level :)
thanks dude!
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