anonymous
  • anonymous
Find three consecutive even integers such that the sum of the first two is greater than 27 and the sum of the last two is less than 39
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anonymous
  • anonymous
14,16,18
anonymous
  • anonymous
three consecutive integers can be written 2n, 2n+2, 2n+4 where n is an integer. 2n+2n+2>27 4n>25 2n+2+2n+4<39 4n<33 so to satisfy both we can use n=7 then the integers are 14,16,18
anonymous
  • anonymous
consecutive *even integers

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anonymous
  • anonymous
OR 16,18,20
anonymous
  • anonymous
yep n=8 works too
anonymous
  • anonymous
14,16,18 OR 16,18,20
anonymous
  • anonymous
n + n+1 > 27 N+1 +n + 2 < 39 2n + 1 > 27 2n + 3 < 39 2n > 26 2n < 39 n > 13 n < 19.5 14 16 18
anonymous
  • anonymous
no its 2n > 26 and 2n < 36 of course
anonymous
  • anonymous
n > 13 and n < 18 14 16 18 and 16 18 20 are correct

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