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# Answer right but Solution wrong I think

The solution is wrong for the problem here.

The nth odd number is 2n − 1 NOT 2n + 1. (ie. the 3rd odd number is 5 not 7).

Here is a link to some other solutions...

Note by Kurt Johnson
11 months ago

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Hi Kurt, thanks for being sharp-eyed and spotting the error. We've fixed it!

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Staff - 10 months, 3 weeks ago