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The product of two consecutive natural numbers is always ________.
A
An even number
B
An odd number
C
A prime number
D
Divisible by 3
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Correct option is A)
We know that amongst two consecutive natural numbers, one is even and one is odd.
Let even number be
$2n$
and odd be
$2n+1$
Their product gives
$2n(2n+1)$
which is a multiple of
$2$
, hence it is an even number.
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