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Asked Apr 28, 2019
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The product of two consecutive interference is 13 less than five times their sum. Find the intergers.

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Expert Answer

Step 1

Consider the two consecutive integers as x and x + 1.

Then, the sum and the product of the two integers are x + (x + 1) and x (x + 1).

Since the product is 13 less than their sum, it can be expressed as follows.

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Step 2

Now simplify the expression as follows.

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Step 3

Find the values of x of the above quad...

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