The sum of two consecutive even numbers, when divided by two, will always give an odd number.... and that odd number is one more than the first number, and 1 less than the second number. 4 + 6 = 10 ..... 10 / 2 = 5
78 + 80 = 158 ..... 158 / 2 = 79
1222 + 1224 = 2446 ..... 2446 / 2 = 1223
... and so forth As 626 / 2 = 313 ..... the numbers must be 312 and 314.
The sum of the squares of two consecutive positive even integers is 340. Find the integers.
The two consecutive, even integers are 350 and 352.
Half it = 41, so consecutive even integers are 40 & 42
There are no two consecutive integers that sum to 58. With two consecutive integers, one is even, the other is odd. The sum of an even number and an odd number is odd. 58 is even so cannot be the sum of two consecutive integers.
No. There is no set of three consecutive even integers with a sum of 40.
No.The sum of any number of even integers, consecutive or not, MUST be even. 219 is not even.No.The sum of any number of even integers, consecutive or not, MUST be even. 219 is not even.No.The sum of any number of even integers, consecutive or not, MUST be even. 219 is not even.No.The sum of any number of even integers, consecutive or not, MUST be even. 219 is not even.
No two consecutive even integers satisfy that request.
This question cannot be answered. There are no two consecutive even integers that yield the sum of 60.
3 consecutive even integers whose sum is 396 are 130, 132 and 134.
The sum of the first four non-negative, consecutive, even integers is 20.
There is no solution. The sum of multiple even integers will always be even, and -7 is odd.
The smallest of seven consecutive even integers whose sum is 700 is 94.
Two consecutive even integers will be one more and one less than the quotient of their sum divided by 2. The given sum of the two consecutive integers divided by 2 is 25, so the two consecutive integers are 24 and 26.
The integers are -98 and -96.
The integers are 18 and 20.
The integers are 144 and 145.
The two even consecutive integers are: 62+64 = 126
10 12 14 are the consecutive even integers which add up to 36
The numbers are 82, 84, 86 and 88.
There are no such answers. The sum of even numbers is even. The sum of odd numbers could be even, but the sum of three consecutive odd numbers is always odd. One could swap the questions to get potentially answerable questions: Sum of 3 consecutive EVEN integers = 150 48 + 50 + 52 = 150 unfortunately, we can already see that if we were to make these odd integers (add 1 to each), we would get 153, not 151. Sum of 3 consecutive ODD integers = 151 49 + 51 + 53 = 153 47 + 49 + 51 = 147 We can see that, whenever we slide our three consecutive integers up one, we raise the value of the sum up 3, and if we jump from odd to odd, or even to even, we raise each integer by 2, so we raise the sum by 6.
The integers are 180, 182 and 184.
52 + 54
No. The sum of four consecutive integers is two odd numbers plus two even numbers which is an even number. 2001 is an odd number, therefore it cannot be the sum of four consecutive numbers.
Divide the sum of the two consecutive even integers by 2: 90/2 = 45. The smaller of these integers will be one less than 45 and the larger will be one more than 45, so the two consecutive even integers will be 44 and 46.