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The sum of my two digits is 13. I am not divisible by 2. List all possible numbers I could be.

  • 5th grade -

    Numbers that add up to 13:

    (49) 4 + 9
    (58) 5 + 8
    (67) 6 + 7
    (76) 7 + 6
    (94) 9 + 4
    (85) 8 + 5

    Which ones are not divisible by 2?

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    4+9,6+7,8+5

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