## Sum of all odd numbers starting from 1

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In Addition numbers shortcut tricks we learned how to find the sum of consecutive number in a group following each other continuously. that we simple way learned that problems using shortcut tricks. Now we learn how to find the sum of all odd numbers starting from 1 to 100 using short cut tricks.

This is the sum of all odd number present in 1 to 100 series numbers, we know that in 1 to 100 series number have fifty even and fifty will be odd number so we can do only half odd numbers.

### Tricks

We just follow the rule like n x n = result, Square the quantity of numbers in the series.

### Example #1 – Sum of all Odd Numbers Starting from One

Find the Sum of all Consecutive numbers in a group of 1 to 90.

- 2025
- 2041
- 2068
- 2089

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**Answer:**Option (A)

**How to Solve**

- Count the total odd numbers exists in between 1 to 90. Here it is 45.
- Multiply 45 x 45 = 2025

So, the sum of all odd numbers from 1 to 90 is**2025**.

**Rough Workspace**

### Example #2 – Sum of all Odd Numbers Starting from One

Find the Sum of all Consecutive numbers in a group of 1 to 60.

- 880
- 890
- 900
- 910

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**Answer:**Option (C)

**How to Solve**

- Count the total odd numbers exists in between 1 to 60. Here it is 30.
- Multiply 30 x 30 = 900

So, the sum of all odd numbers from 1 to 60 is**900**.

**Rough Workspace**

### Example #3 – Sum of all Odd Numbers Starting from One

Find the Sum of all Consecutive numbers in a group of 1 to 70.

- 1209
- 1225
- 1247
- 1271

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**Answer:**Option (B)

**How to Solve**

- Count the total odd numbers exists in between 1 to 70. Here it is 35.
- Multiply 35 x 35 = 1225

So, the sum of all odd numbers from 1 to 70 is**1225**.

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### Example #4

Find the Sum of all Consecutive numbers in a group of 1 to 30.

- 210
- 215
- 220
- 225

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**Answer:**Option (D)

**How to Solve**

- Count the total odd numbers exists in between 1 to 30. Here it is 15.
- Multiply 15 x 15 = 225

So, the sum of all odd numbers from 1 to 30 is**225**.

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### Example #5

Find the Sum of all Consecutive numbers in a group of 1 to 80.

- 1600
- 1623
- 1641
- 1669

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**Answer:**Option (A)

**How to Solve**

- Count the total odd numbers exists in between 1 to 80. Here it is 40.
- Multiply 40 x 40 = 1600

So, the sum of all odd numbers from 1 to 80 is**1600**.

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How to solve 1^2+3^2+5^2+….19^2=?

Please reply fast

Answer is 1300 how i don’t have any idia

(19*20*21)/6 =1330

find sigma( 2n -1)^2 limits from 1 to 19

since the base are odd numbers ,and general form of odd number is 2n-1 ,if we consider n start from 1 or 2n+1 if we consider n starts from 0,

so, lower limit is 1 if we take 2n-1,and upper limit will be 2n-1=19 so, n=10 that is the upper limit not

using sigma operation add this

like summation of (2n-1)(2n-1)=4n^2-4n+1 (A)

now put n=1,2,3…10 and then add for every n in the eqn(A)