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Q: How do you calculate two consecutive numbers that are the product of a number?

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No two consecutive numbers have a product that is an even number. Any two consecutive numbers include one odd number and one even number. The product of one odd number and one even number is always an odd number.

The consecutive odd number with a product of 12099 are 109 and 111.

There is no such number.

Find 3 consecutive numbers where the product of the smaller two numbers is 19 less than the square of the largest number.

The product of 2 consecutive positive number is 48. Find the 2 numbers

0,6,18,36,60,90,126,168, etc

9

9

the answer is 6

7

The largest number is 9.

1 and 2, whose product is 2.

Consecutive numbers implies integers. Rational or real numbers are infinitely dense so there is no "next" number. There can be no pairs of integers such that their product is a fractional number between 559 and 560.

There are only two prime numbers that are consecutive numbers, 2 and 3. Their product is 2 x 3 = 6. The first prime numbers are 2, 3, 5, and 7 and the only two consecutive prime numbers whose product is a single digit are 2 and 3. (The next two consecutive prime numbers, 3 and 5, have a two-digit product.)

The numbers are 88 and 89 (88 x 89 = 7,832). This is very easy to find. The products you are looking for are consecutive and so they are very close to each other. Calculate the square root of the number, and it is easy to see that if there are two consecutive whole numbers that will be products of the number, they will be consecutive whole numbers very close to the square root. The square root of 7832 is about 88.5.

let n = {...-2,-1,0,1,2,3,4,...} then n+1 is the consecutive number. Their product is n(n+1) = n2 + n

No whole number would fit (their product would be even for starters).

Yes because at least one of the consecutive numbers will be even, and if you times anything by an even number, the answer will always be even

5,6,7

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Any two consecutive numbers must comprise one odd and one even number, so their product must be even. Any three consecutive numbers must include two consecutive numbers so the result still applies.

The product of the first and fourth prime numbers (2 x 7) is 14. No two consecutive odd numbers add up to 14.

11,12,13

8,10,12

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