Q: If you were to add all odd numbers between 1 and 11 both inclusive the result would be?

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1000 - 2999 inclusive.2000. It's inclusive, so you must add 1 to the difference.-----------------------------Number of whole numbers = last number - first number + 1The first 4 digit number is 1000The last depends upon whether the "between" is:exclusive: the "between" is "strictly between", ie the numbers under consideration are greater than the first and less than the second; the 3000 is excluded as it is not less than 3000. This is an understanding that comes from placing a third object between two other objects - you cannot place it on top of one of the other objects as it would not be between them;inclusive: the "between" includes the end numbers, ie the numbers under consideration are greater than or equal to the first number and lest than or equal to the second number; the 3000 is included as it is equal to 3000.If exclusive:The last number is 2999 → number of numbers between 999 and 3000 = 2999 - 1000 + 1 = 2000If inclusive:The last number is 3000 → number of numbers between 999 and 3000 = 3000 - 1000 + 1 = 2001--------------------------------------------------------------------------------Numbers are not necessarily whole numbers; four digit numbers also include 999.1, 999.2, ..., 999.9 which mean there could be an extra 9 four digit numbers between 999 and 3000.999.0 wouldn't normally be written with the zero as it makes no different to the value of the number, however if 998.99 was rounded to 4 significant figures the result would be 999.0 with 4 digits, so 999.0 could be claimed to be a four digit number, which would then either be included or not depending upon whether the between is inclusive or exclusive.

If you meant to ask what are the prime numbers between 21 and 53 inclusive, then it would be 23, 29, 31, 37, 41, 43, 47, 53

Always look at the next digit. If it's between 0 & 4 inclusive - round the number down. If it's between 5 & 9 inclusive - round up. Take the numbers 10.094 and 10.096. 10.094 would round down - to 10.09... 10.096 would round up to read 10.10

[2,7] the bracket means inclusive but if it said exclusive it would have parenthesis replacing the brackets.

if (length>=10 && length<=20) { // length is between 10 and 20, inclusive... }

If you were asked to round to the nearest 100, any number between 50 and 99 inclusive would round to 100. Also any number between 101 an 149 inclusive would round to 100.

9,000 numbers from 1,000 to 9,999 inclusive.

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If at least one of the numbers is even, the result will be even. Otherwise all the numbers are odd and the result will be odd.

There are an infinity of numbers between 12.0 and 29.0 so it would be impossible to list them.

Between them, not including them it is 36. If you include these two numbers, it would be 38.

it is very simple we add the numbers of protons with the numbers of neutrons and the result would be the weight of the ion

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The prices in the retail store are inclusive of taxes and other fees. Another sentence would be, the club is inclusive with their prices and membership fees.

DOMAIN would be the most inclusive level of organization whereas SPECIES is the most exclusive level of organization.

a accurate result would be true as possible but a reliable result would be one that is compared

One option for comparing two numbers is to subtract the first number from the second number. If the result is less than zero, the first number is larger. If the result is greater than zero, the second number is larger. If the result is zero, the numbers are equal. Another option (for positive numbers) would be to divide the first number by the second number. If the result is greater than one, the first number is larger. If the result is less than one, the second number is larger. If the result is one, the numbers are equal. This rule flips if you are comparing negative numbers.

A Barbados all inclusive is a holiday. With an all inclusive holiday all of your meals are included in the price, you would probably only have to pay for your alcoholic drinks.

You can put any digit from 0 to 5 (inclusive).

In general, unless otherwise specified, you should assume the range to be inclusive of the beginning and ending numbers, 10 & 20 in this example. Since neither of these numbers are multiples (even integer multiples that is) of 10 or 20, they won’t show up as multiples of interest. Should either the beginning or ending range numbers be numbers satisfying the condition, then they would be included in the list. For example, if you want multiples of 6 between 12 and 20, then 12 would be part of the desired list (along with 18). Hope this helps!

The set of Real numbers is infinitely dense. As a result, there are infinitely many Real numbers between any two numbers. If any number X was said to be the number before 2000, then there would be infinitely many numbers between X and 2000. Any one of these numbers has a better claim to be before 2000 than X and so X cannot be the number before 2000.

3 numbers would be 0.051, 0.052, and 0.053

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