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There are 3 one-digit numbers using these digits (1, 3 and 5).

To make two-digit odd numbers, there are 3 choices for the units digit, and 4 remaining choices for the tens digit.

To make three-digit odd numbers, there are 3 choices for the units digit, 4 remaining choices for the tens digit, and 3 remaining choices for the hundreds digit.

To make four-digit odd numbers, there are 3 choices for the units digit, 4 remaining choices for the tens digit, 3 remaining choices for the hundreds digit, and 2 remaining choices for the thousands digit.

To make five-digit odd numbers, there are 3 choices for the units digit, 4 remaining choices for the tens digit, 3 remaining choices for the hundreds digit, 2 remaining choices for the thousands digit and 1 remaining choice for the ten-thousands digit.

In total, this gives 3 + 3×4× + 3×4×3 + 3×4×3×2 + 3×4×3×2×1 = **195** odd numbers.