Q: How many odd numbers are there from 1 to 50?

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The probabiliy of selecting odd or prime numbers from 1 to 50. First find out the probability of selecting odd numbers : 25/50 is 1/2. Lets find out the probability of selecting prime numbers: 15 / 50 . so, total is 40/ 50 is 0.82.

Chances of not getting odd or prime number from 1 to 50= Chances of getting an even composite number from 1 to 50= Number of even composite numbers from 1 to 50/Total numbers from 1 to 50 = 24/50 or 48%Chances of not getting odd or prime number from 1 to 50= Chances of getting an even composite number from 1 to 50= Number of even composite numbers from 1 to 50/Total numbers from 1 to 50 = 24/50 or 48%Chances of not getting odd or prime number from 1 to 50= Chances of getting an even composite number from 1 to 50= Number of even composite numbers from 1 to 50/Total numbers from 1 to 50 = 24/50 or 48%Chances of not getting odd or prime number from 1 to 50= Chances of getting an even composite number from 1 to 50= Number of even composite numbers from 1 to 50/Total numbers from 1 to 50 = 24/50 or 48%

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The ratio of odd numbers to even numbers is 1 : 1 or 50-50.

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Since odd numbers are in a ratio of 1:2 it means for every one odd there will be one even, there would be 50 odd numbers between 1-100, and 50 even numbers. So 50%.

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There are exactly 50 even numbers if you include 100. There are exactly 50 odd numbers if you include 1.

Thereare 50 odd numbers and 50 even numbers in that range, so the probability is 1 out of 2

The sum of 9 odd numbers must be odd and so cannot be an number.

25 if you count 1, 24 if you don't.

The probabiliy of selecting odd or prime numbers from 1 to 50. First find out the probability of selecting odd numbers : 25/50 is 1/2. Lets find out the probability of selecting prime numbers: 15 / 50 . so, total is 40/ 50 is 0.82.