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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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The factors of 100 are:

1,2,4,5,10,25,50,1001,2,4,5,10,25,50,100

The seat number is between 1-49 so the choices become:

1,2,4,5,10,251,2,4,5,10,25

The seat number is an number greater than 10 which satisfies only the number:

2525

So, James's seat number is 25.\text{\color{#c34632}25.}

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