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The sum of the squares of 3 consecutive positive integers is 116. What are the numbers?

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  1. Razzputin
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    you can look at it like this: x+y+z=116 but there is another way. can you think of it.

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  2. Razzputin
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    seeing as the three integers are consecutive would that not mean that they could be expressed as x+(1+x)+(2+x)?

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    The sum of the squares of three consecutive positive even integers is 116. What are the numbers? ------------------ 116/3 = apx 39 sqrt(39) = apx 6, the middle number --> 4, 6 & 8

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  4. monroemoemoe
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    what is apx?

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  5. Razzputin
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    aproxamitly

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  6. shivraj
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    right

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  7. monroemoemoe
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    i never really understood the foil could you explain it to me.

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