anonymous
  • anonymous
the product of two consecutive positive integers is 1 more than their sum. Find the integers.
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anonymous
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I think it is 2, 3 The product of 2*3=6 the sum of 2+3=5 6 is is one more than 5
anonymous
  • anonymous
its so hard!
anonymous
  • anonymous
yea word problems can be, but reading it thr product (mutiplication) of 2 consecutive positive intergers (2,3) is 1 more than their sum (addition).

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do you understand?
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kind of

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