Mathematics

Grade-8

Easy

Question

# If *x* is an even number, then the consecutive even number is

- x + 1
- x + 2
- 2x
- x - 1

Hint:

### we represent an even integer as 2x. If 2x is an even integer then (2x + 2) and (2x+ 4) will be the next two even consecutive integers.

## The correct answer is: x + 2

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