A positive integer n is specified. It is required to find the number of ways represent it as a sum of odd terms. In this case, the partitions differing only in the order of the terms are considered the same. They said to solve it "by the method of dynamic programming", I've been sitting for an hour now, I can't figure it out, please help, you can just use an algorithm, or some explanations. Thank you in advance :)
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