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'.
The first integer is 17.
17 (odd integer) + 19 (odd integer) = 36 17 and 19 are consecutive odd integers.
The smaller integer is 17.
1.2 is itself not an integer, so no integer is consecutive with it.
16 and 17
x + 1 would be a consecutive integer where x is an integer.
If n is one integer, then the consecutive integer to it is n+1, and the next is n+2 and so on.
The sum of three consecutive integers is -72
-17 is an integer.
If the first of these consecutive integers is x, the second integer would be x + 1, and the third integer would be x + 2.Since the sum of the second and the third integer is 17, we can writex + 1 + x + 2 = 172x + 3 = 172x + 3 - 3 = 17 - 32x = 142x/2 = 14/2x = 7Thus, the consecutive integers are 7, 8, and 9.