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consecutive number follows each other in oder
Yes if it follows 128
Two terms are consecutive when one follows the other without any other terms in between.
2 and 3 are the only consecutive primes.
It is: -5 followed by -3
Integers are whole numbers therefore it follows that two consecutive integers can't result into a decimal number
consecutive; one follows the other with no others in between
There are not two consecutive odd integers. An integer is a whole number and consecutive is something that follows continuously/unbroken, logical sequence. All odd integers will have an even integer in between: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5...
A whole number following immediately after another whole number, like 3 follows 2.
The difference between simultaneous and consecutive interpreting are as follows; Consecutive interpretation means the speaker has to finish his/her speech or talk before the interpreter starts interpreting while in simultaneous interpreting where the participants usually wear headphones the interpreter renders the translation into a target words simultaneously with the speaker.
Two things are consecutive if one follows the other directly. When our concern is the natural numbers, consecutive numbers are next to each other in the number line. The sequence: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, ... , n is the list of the first n consecutive numbers. If there is any 'gap' in the sequence it is non-consecutive: 2, 3, 4, 5 is a list of 4 consecutive numbers, whilst 3, 5, 7, 9 isn't (even though they are still in order). :)
45. The pattern follows: the previous number multiplied by two then add three.
A wave that follows (is subsequent to - in space and/or time - is after) another (previous - primary - earlier) wave.
Consecutive means one thing following another in a predetermined order. For people working five days a week, Saturday and Sunday are usually their days off. Since Sunday follows Saturday on the calendar, Saturday and Sunday are called consecutive days off. If the following Monday is a holiday, then Saturday, Sunday, and Monday will be consecutive days off. If a person works Monday and Tuesday and has Wednesday off, then works Thursday, Friday, and Saturday and has Sunday off, that person does not have any consecutive days off.