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Translate this phrase into an algebraic equation The product of two consecutive multiple of three integers?
The sum of two consecutive integers will always be an odd number.
No.The sum of any number of even integers, consecutive or not, MUST be even. 219 is not even.No.The sum of any number of even integers, consecutive or not, MUST be even. 219 is not even.No.The sum of any number of even integers, consecutive or not, MUST be even. 219 is not even.No.The sum of any number of even integers, consecutive or not, MUST be even. 219 is not even.
There are no two consecutive integers that sum to 58. With two consecutive integers, one is even, the other is odd. The sum of an even number and an odd number is odd. 58 is even so cannot be the sum of two consecutive integers.
-9 or -10Two consecutive negative integers that can be multiplied together with a product of 90 would be -9 and -10. A number sentence for this equation would be: -9 X -10 = 90.
An algebraic number is a complex number which is the root of a polynomial equation with rational coefficients.
An algebraic integer is a number which is a root of a monic polynomial whose coefficients are integers.
The sum of any two consecutive integers must be an odd number. So this question is incorrect.
An algebraic equation or inequality can have a solution, an algebraic expression cannot. If substituting a number in place of a variable results in the equation or inequality being a true statement, then that number is a solution of the equation or inequality.
No two consecutive integers can add up to 98.No three consecutive integers can add up to 98.But 23, 24, 25, and 26 can.
Consecutive integers are integers that follow in sequence. Each number is 1 more than the previous numbers.
The square root of 41 is an irrational , algebraic, real number. It is real, is the root of an polynomial equation with integer coefficients, but can not be expressed as a ratio of integers.