Numbers which are a power of 2 (1,2,4,8,16,32,64,...) cannot be made by summing consecutive numbers.
One of the numbers is 854 since 854 squared is 729316. Hint: the other number is made of three consecutive digits in increasing order.
Assuming you mean 4 consecutive whole numbers, the answer is number that can be expressed as 4n+10 where n is an integer.
Abacus 6 challenge master 8 looks at consecutive addition.(After my husband and 10 year old daughter struggled with this all day - I thought the following might be useful to other parents also struggling. It is not definitive (I am not a Maths graduate), but it works.)A very useful table can be produced (Jackson's Table) - preferably with the help of Excel or similar. The first few lines are produced below.No. 2 3 4 5 6 (consecutive numbers)1 3 6 10 15 212 5 9 14 20 273 7 12 18 25 33..n 2n+1 3n 4n+6 5n+10 6n+15The numbers set in the problem can all then be found; hence 9 appears twice and 75 appears 4 times.The observations to be drawn are that:all odd numbers can be made from 2 consecutive numbers, but that even numbers cannot.Any number divisible by 3 (except 3 itself) can be made by adding 3 consecutive numbersAny 5 consecutive numbers added together will always give a multiple of 5Multiples of 4 cannot be made by adding consecutive numbers unless that multiple is also a multiple of 3 or 5
Prime numbers cannot be made up from multiplying other numbers. Primary colours cannot be made up from adding other colours.
no,a negative number cannot have a square root .it is made only for positive numbers .but,yes,negative numbers can be squared.
A mixed number is made up of two parts: an integer (whole) part and a fractional part.
There are no 4 consecutive integers whose sum is 60. 1+2+3+4=10 2+3+4+5=14 3+4+5+6=18 etc Each step you are adding a number and subtracting a number 4 less than it (eg +5-1, +6-2). So you are adding 4 each time. But 60 does not appear here but 58 and 62 do (sums starting with 13 and 14). Also 60/4=15. so the average of 4 consecutive numbers has to be 15. This average is nowhere odd and so can not be made this way.
There are 10 of them. Only the squares of 1 and 11 cannot be made in such a way.
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31 -- Consecutive cuts made by Chris Perry
he made the theorem C squared = A squared + B squared and A squared = C squared - B squared or B squared = C squared - A squared
At the moment he stands at 74 consecutive and the record is 97 consecutive by Michael Williams.
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Tints of a color are made by adding white.
That depends on the series being squared. If we were using the whole numbers, for example, the fourth square number would be 16 (because it the fourth number made by squaring another number).
Andre White made 54 consecutive 3 pointes.
Mike Vanderjagt holds the record with 42 consecutive field goals made as of 11/15/2011.
No, they started adding the prefix 6 or 1 to the model numbers of the guns that were made or had parts that were made overseas. this didn't start until the 90's
You might be talking about cubism - art made with squares and squared shapes.
Lauren Prohaska, a graduate from Bowling Green University. She made 73 consecutive free throws.
Jahangeer Khan of Pakistan in Squash. He was unbeaten in 555 consecutive contests.
Whole numbers are rational numbers with a denominator of 1. The difference with general rational numbers is that the denominators are likely to be different and they must be made the same by converting the fractions into equivalent fractions with the same denominator before the addition can be done - by adding the numerators and keeping the denominator, and simplifying (if possible) the result. With whole numbers the denominators are already the same (as 1) and so the addition can be done straight away.