A thief hides out in one of the 45 motel rooms listed in the chart below. The motel’s in-house detective received a sheet of four clues, signed “The Holiday Thief.” Using the clues below, the detective found the room number within 15 minutes—but by that time, the thief had fled. Can you find the thief faster?
1. Of the two digits in the room number, one of them is an odd number and the other is even.
2. The second digit in the room number is more than twice as large as the first digit.
3. The room number cannot be evenly divided by 7.
4. If the two digits in the room number exchanged positions, it would still be a room number in the motel as listed in the chart.
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