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what number comes right after n?

Positive**

yes i know
but what comes after n?

I don't know!

like for instance
if i asked you:
what comes after 1,
you would say 1+1

if i said what comes after 2,
you would say 2+1

if i said what comes after 3,
you would say 3+1

So would it be n+n? or n+1??

I'm adding 1 to each of those not n

so n+1

n,n+1 these are consecutive positive numbers

of course we are assuming n is positive

now it says the sum of the squares of these numbers

those aren't numbers.. Those are letter o_O

so that means
we will adding these numbers squares

Do you know the answer to this or what??

\[n^2+(n+1)^2=\]
It says the sum of these squares =340
so what should come after that = sign?

I'm not gonna give you the answer

I will guide you

You need to solve this for n
\[n^2+(n+1)^2=340 \]

Do you know how to solve this?

I got
\[\chi \approx 12.5288 , -13.5288\]

Which is in no way the answer -__-

Your problem does not have integer solution.

@eliassaab is right

What do you mean?

that positive number 12.5288 is not an integer

Well duhh. That's why i need help??

wait your question said even?

I got the answer. its' 12 and 14. Thanks for the "help"

why do you have to say it like that @DeaneNicole ?
I was just trying to help

No no no no no no no no no i didn't mean it like that!! Sorry /:

Ok ok. Its all cool.

Alright.

I'm sorry I miss the word even

all those tiny words have meaning lol

You have to solve (2n)^2 + (2n+2)^2 =340
n =6
so 12 and 14

@eliassaab we already got it.

and @eliassaab this would have worked too
\[n^2+(n+2)^2=340 \]

\[
12^2+14^2=144+196=340
\]

Sorry, I did not see your post above
@DeaneNicole