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An odd number of odd numbers can not add up to an even number.

There fore any 9 (odd) odd numbers can not add up to 50 (even).

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It cannot be done. Five odd numbers add up to an odd number and so cannot equal 50.

No odd number (5) of odd numbers ever adds up to an even number (50).

An odd number of odd numbers can't add up to an even number.

2+7+41=50

The answer is 685 odd numbers, 686 even numbers "between" 81 and 1453. If it said "to" you would include them.- 82 through 100 is 9 odd numbers and 10 evens- there are 50 (half) even/odd numbers per 100, so 100-1400 is 13 x 50 = 650 of each even/odd- there are 26 odd numbers, 26 even numbers in the remaining 52, since between doesn't include 1453.- total odd numbers is 9 + 650 + 26 = 685---The number range counting from 81 up to 1453 is 1453 - 81=1372, in which half the numbers are odd numbers or 1372/2 = 686. Since the question said "between" you would also have to exclude 1453, so the total result is 685.To test this, add twice 685 (1370) to 81 (one for each successive even then odd number) and you get 1451, the last odd number before 1453.*If you want the total of odd numbers from 1 to 1453 (including those numbers), it is 727: the number range includes 1453 numbers, 727 odd numbers and 726 even numbers. There are no half numbers.

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It cannot be done. Five odd numbers add up to an odd number and so cannot equal 50.

5 odd numbers CAN'T add up to an even number like 50

That's impossible. Adding up an odd number of odd numbers will give an answer that is an odd number. 50 is an even number. So adding up 5(5 is an odd number) odd numbers will not give 50, an even number.

It is not possible for five odd numbers to add up to 50 or any even number.

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There have to be an even number of odd numbers in each group, and each group must have more than two odd numbers (since 19 + 17 is only 36); thus there must be four in one group and six in the other. There are many ways to get four odd numbers to add up to to 50; for example, you could take 1, 13, 17 and 19. The remaining six odd numbers will then also add up to 50.

Can not be done! An odd number of odd numbers will ALWAYS add up to an odd number.

None. Any two odd numbers add up to an even number.

It cannot make the sum because: if the numbers are in odd quantity there sum is always a odd number

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