IN MATH: 1. n. short for odd number (See ODD NUMBER); a number which is not a multiple of two. EX. Three and seven are both odd numbers.

IN ENGLISH: 1. adj. strange, very different, not the expected. EX. He looked odd wearing a winter jacket in the summer. 2. as defined above

IN MATH. EX. Because there was an odd number of dancers, one dancer did not have a partner.

APPLICATION: (see list 30)

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