Math Problem Solved #2 (Number Theory)

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The following problem came from a friend in need of math help.

Disprove the statement:
There exists an integer, "n" such that
n^3 - n + 1 is even.

The preceding was disproved for ALL "n" by showing that no matter what number is used for "n", the result will always be odd.
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number theory Mahematics
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number theory, math

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