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The product of two consecutive positive odd integers equals 91 more than eight times the first integer. Find both integers.

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  1. anonymous
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    plz help

  2. anonymous
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    i cna do it

  3. anonymous
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    hold on

  4. anonymous
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    15 and 17

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    let first integer is X so other is X+2. X(X+2)=8X+91 X^2-6X-91=0 (X-13)(X-7)=0 X=13, and x=7 x+2=15 and x+2=9 numbers are 13 and 15 0r 7 and 9

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    sorry -7 and 5

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