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There are a few problems here. I'll mention only the smaller ones:

-- 1.7 is a mixed number. There's nothing you can do to it, without changing

its value, that can turn it into an integer.

-- The concept of "consecutive" involves the relationship between two numbers.

A single number is never 'consecutive'.

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Q: How does 1.7 turn into a consecutive integer?

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