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James has an assigned seat for his flight to Denver.The seats on the plane are numbered 1-49.James's seat number is an odd number greater than 10 that is a factor of 100.What is his seat number for the flight?

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    What are factors of 100?

    50 * 2
    20 * 5
    10 * 10

    Which number fits the other requirements?

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