Asked Jan 28, 2019

find three consecutive odd integers such that the sum of the first and the second is sixteen more than the third.


Expert Answer

Step 1


The three consecutive integers are odd numbers.

The sum of the first two consecutive odd number is 16 greater than the third odd number.

Step 2

There are no such 3 consecutive odd numbers satisfying the condition. Observe that sum of two...


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