Q: Find three consecutive whole numbers such that the sum of the first two numbers equals the third number?

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Two odd numbers are said to be consecutive if there are no other odd numbers in between. This happens when the first number is odd, and the second number is two more than the first number.

Two numbers are consecutive if the second one is the one after the first. Mathematically, if the first number is n then the second is n+1.

The sum of the first 950 consecutive odd numbers is 902,500. This is actually a very easy calculation. To determine the sum of any number of consecutive odd numbers beginning with the number 1, simply square the number. In your case, 950 squared is 902,500.

The sum of the first 900 consecutive odd numbers is 810,000. (900 squared)

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Two numbers are consecutive if the second one is the one after the first. Mathematically, if the first number is n then the second is n+1.

the sum of first 50 consecutive odd numbers is 9801

The sum of the first 350 consecutive odd numbers is 122,500.

The sum of the first 900 consecutive odd numbers is 810,000.

The sum of the first 30 consecutive odd numbers is 900.

The sum of the first 600 consecutive odd numbers is 360,000.

The sum of the first 60 consecutive odd numbers is 3,600.

The sum of the first 60 consecutive odd numbers is 3,600.

The sum of the first 30 consecutive odd numbers is 900.

21 and 22 are the first pair.It can be proven that, given any number n, there are sequences of n consecutive composite numbers.

The sum of consecutive numbers (starting with 1), is the square of the number of terms you sum, in this case 1600. 1600^2 = 2,560,000

16 and 17 are the first two consecutive WHOLE numbers. Consecutive has no meaning for the real numbers since a another can be found between any two.

If n is the first of these numbers then the 50th is n + 98.

The sum of the first 250 consecutive odd numbers is 250 squared or 62,500.

The sum of the first 450 consecutive odd numbers is 450 squared or 202,500.

The sum of the first 1,300 consecutive odd numbers is 1,300 squared or 1,690,000.

The sum of any two consecutive whole numbers is always odd, and equal to one more than twice the first number (2x+1).

First, multiply the consecutive numbers. Your total will be the highest factor.

Yes, if the first number is odd.

"First number squared equals the first number". This must be 1, but "they do not equal zero or one". No solution possible.