What is the contradiction of statement "if $n^2$ is odd then n is odd"

In my opinion the contradiction should be-: If $$n^2$$ is even then n is even. But it is written in my discrete mathematics book that, "n is even then $$n^2$$ is odd". How do we find contradiction statement?

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Nov 21 '21 at 3:05
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– D.W.
Nov 21 '21 at 3:05

Basically, if you want to prove $$A\rightarrow B$$, then this technique says: "assume that $$B$$ doesnt hold, but $$A$$ does. From here, we want to derive a contradiction (i.e, we want to derive some statement that is clearly nonsense)".
In this case, $$A$$ would represent the statement that $$n^2$$ is odd, and $$B$$ the statement that $$n$$ is odd.