The sum of the first 100 odd numbers is 10,000. This numbers are from 1, 3, 5â€¦, 199. The first one is 1 and the last one is 199, if added the sum is 200. The second one is 3 and second last 197 which also add up to 200. This will happen 50 times since there are 100 numbers, with each adding to 200. So the answer is 50*200 which is equal to 10,000.

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