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Integers x and y are each odd, and x > y. Which of the following represents the number of odd integers, z, that exist such that x > z > y ?

A. x−y−1
B. x−y
C. (x−y)/2
D. (x−y−1)/2
E. (x−y−2)/2



let x=5, y= 1 and take z=3
so only option E satisfies the relation... IMO E
Number of odd integers can be found by using relation given in E
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