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The first integer must equal 77 - 69 = 8 , since doubling it increases the sum by this amount. Similarly, the second integer must = 91 - 69 = 22. Then the third integer is 69 - 22 - 8 = 39.

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Q: The sum of three integers is 69 If the first integer is doubled the sum is 77 If the second integer is doubled the sum is 91 Find the integers?
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