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Q: Show consecutive odd numbers divisible by 4?

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No, the sum of two consecutive numbers is always an odd number, and is not divisible by two.

Yes, that is true.

There are no two consecutive odd numbers.

Because in later sequences of three consecutive odd numbers, one of them must be divisible by 3.

All odd numbers are the sum of two consecutive numbers. Odd multiples of 7 less than 25 are 7 and 21.

The sum of three consecutive odd numbers must be divisible by 3. As 59 is not wholly divisible by 3 the question is invalid. PROOF : Let the numbers be n - 2, n and n + 2. Then the sum is 3n which is divisible by 3. If the question refers to three consecutive numbers then a similar proof shows that the sum of these three numbers is also divisible by 3. Again, the question would be invalid.

The GCF of consecutive odd numbers is 1.

Odd numbers are not divisible by even numbers.

Yes, if the first number is odd.

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There is no solution. You could do it if the numbers were odd: 25 and 27 are consecutive odd numbers that equal 52.

Consecutive whole numbers will have an odd sum. Consecutive odd numbers, or consecutive prime numbers, will be 29 and 31.

No odd numbers are divisible by even numbers.

The GCF of consecutive odd numbers is 1.

Adding consecutive pairs of numbers will always turn out to be an odd number. It would have to be consecutive odd numbers: 45 and 47.

The sum of the first 350 consecutive odd numbers is 122,500.

The sum of the first 60 consecutive odd numbers is 3,600.

The sum of the first 30 consecutive odd numbers is 900.

The sum of the first 60 consecutive odd numbers is 3,600.

the sum of first 50 consecutive odd numbers is 9801

The three consecutive odd prime numbers are 3, 5, and 7.

The sum of the first 900 consecutive odd numbers is 810,000.

The sum of the first 30 consecutive odd numbers is 900.

The sum of the first 600 consecutive odd numbers is 360,000.

They are odd numbers that are not evenly divisible by 2