Q: Sum of first 50 even numbers?

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The sum of the first 50 odd numbers is 2,500.

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The question is quite ambiguous. If you're talking about all the even prime numbers between 4 and 50, then the sum is zero. No even number, except '2', is a prime number, so there aren't any between 4 and 50..

2500

The sum of the composite numbers between 1 and 50 is 936.

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The sum of the first 50 whole numbers is 1,225.

of all the things i got is 2550

The sum of the first 50 odd numbers is 2,500.

The sum of the first 50 natural numbers is 1,251.

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Sum of 1st n even numbers: count*average = n * (2 + 2*n)/2 = n * (n+1) Sum = 50 * (2+100)/2 = 50*51 = 2550

24 + 26 = 50

There are no 5 odd numbers whose sum is 50. (The sum of 5 odd numbers is an odd number whereas 50 is an even number.)

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sum of n natural number is n(n+1)/2 first 50 number sum is 50(50+1)/2 = 1275

It is not possible. The sum of two odds is even, the sum of three odds is odd, etc. So the sum of five odds is odd whereas 50 is even.