The two consecutive odd integers having a product of 99 are 9 and 11.
Consecutive odd integers would be 5 and 7.
Their product is 143.
The two consecutive, odd integers whose product equals 143 are 11 and 13.
The sum of two consecutive odd integers is an even number. There is no possible answer to this question.
The four consecutive odd integers are 43 + 45 + 47 + 49 = 184
The integers are 5 and 7.
The sum of any three consecutive odd integers is going to give an odd result. It is impossible for the sum of an odd number of odd integers to equal an even number.
Consecutive integers added or subtracted will turn out to be odd numbers. You can't make 8 with consecutive integers.
The integers are 51, 53 and 55.
It is not possible.
find the two consecutive odd integers with a sum of 152
13 * 15
15 x 17
-1, -3, -5
The numbers are 57 and 59.
It will alway be even, because it will always be the product of an odd and an even number, which is always even.
11 and 13
Two negative consecutive odd integers that have a product of 63 are -7 and -9. -7 is larger than -9. -7 is the answer.
I think the answer is zero. The only 15 consecutive integers whose average is 7 are the integers 0,1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,11,12,13,14. For any odd number of consecutive integers the average will be equal to the middle number, and this is the only group of 15 consecutive integers with 7 as the middle number. The product of any group of numbers that includes 0 will always be 0 because 0 times anything is 0.
Are not all integers spaced out to be odd then even then odd then even etc (eg 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10, etc) and therefore there is no such thing as two consecutive odd integers.
There are no consecutive odd integers whose sum is equal to 35. 9+11+13 = 33, and 11+13+15 = 39.
They are consecutive odd integers: 25 and 27.