What Is the Sum of the First 100 Odd Numbers?

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The sum of the first 100 odd numbers is 10,000. This numbers are from 1, 3, 5…, 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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the answer is 2500. I am sorry but this answer is wrong. You only added the numbers between 1 and 100. The question is the first 100 odd numbers, you need to add 1 to 197. The correct
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To find the sum of the first 100 positive odd numbers, n1 = 1;
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1. Initialize the sum of numbers to zero using the command: int sum = 0; 2. Generate the integer numbers in the required range using the C+ loop "for. For example, to get numbers
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You can simplify the problem by noting that the first odd number (1) and the 100th odd number (199) add up to 200. Similarly, the second odd number (3) and the 99th odd number (197)
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