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.
The four numbers are 94, 95, 96, 97. The geometric mean of four consecutive (whole) numbers is going to be in the middle of the four (quite close to their arithmetic mean which is half way between the middle two numbers). The geometric mean of n numbers is the nth root of the numbers multiplied together. Here there are 4 (consecutive whole) numbers multiplied together to give 83156160, so the geometric mean of them will be the 4th root of 83156160 which will be in the middle of them. 4√83156160 ≈ 95.5 So the 4 numbers are 94, 95, 96, 97.
If the numbers are consecutive then the middle number must be one-third of 51. The numbers are thus 16, 17 and 18.
The sum of 3 consecutive whole numbers is always equal to 3 times the middle number in that sequence.
Their sum is three times the middle number.
If the range is three, then there are four whole numbers involved. The average value of these numbers is 66/4 = 16.5. Because the numbers are consecutive - evenly distributed - 16.5 is actually 'in the middle' of the four. From which we can infer that the numbers in question are 15,16,17 and 18.
EVERY three consecutive numbers add to a multiple of 3: Proof: numbers are n, n + 1 and n + 2. The total is 3n + 3 or 3(n + 1) This means that for any three consecutive numbers, the total is 3 times the middle number.
Since 57/3 = 19, we know that the middle number has to be 19. The other numbers will be the numbers contiguous to 19. Therefore, the three consecutive numbers which add up to 57 are: 18 + 19 + 20 = 57
The middle number must be the average, so 681/3 = 227 and the other two numbers are 226 and 228.
Divide 72 by 3, this equals 24. This is the middle of the three numbers, so the answer is 23, 24 and 25. This works with finding any odd amount of consecutive numbers that sum up to another number.
-- method -- We need X numbers which are consecutive, so the middle number will be 1/ X of the total. Divide the sum of the numbers by the number of numbers ... in this case divide 186 by 3. The numbers are to be consecutive and even, so subtract 2 from the number go get one of the numbers and add 2 to the number to get the other number. You now have three numbers which are even and consecutive. Now, place a minus sign in front of them, to turn them into negative numbers For instance 12, 14 and 16 are three consecutive numbers whose sum is 42. -12, -14 and - 16 are three consecutive even integers whose sum is -42 Now you know all you need to solve the problem.
110, 111 and 112. The middle one must be a third of the total.
You may mean: 32+34+36 = 102
The middle number must be one third of 39, ie 13. The other numbers are thus 11 and 15.
First find the number which is 1/3 of 51. This is 17. Thus any three numbers which average 17 will always add up to 51. For the numbers to be consecutive and have an average of 17, the middle number must be 17 and the two remaining numbers are 17-1 and 17+1 ie 16 and 18. So the three consecutive numbers are 16, 17 and 18.
The middle number must be one third of 54 ie 18 so the other numbers are 17 and 19.
x + x + 1 + x + 2 = 3x + 3 = 3 times the middle number
If the first number is 915, then the second will be 915 + 1 = 916 and the third number will be 915 + 2 = 917. Add 915, 916 and 917 to find the sum. If the question is, what are the three consecutive numbers whose sum is 915, then divide 915 by 3 to find the middle number which is 305. Since the consecutive numbers differ by 1, the numbers are 304, 305, and 306.
Factors multiply. The numbers in the middle of the Venn diagram are common factors. If there are two or more, their product will give you the greatest common factor.
Divide 40 by 5 to get 8 so 8 is the middle number. Then the numbers are 6 7 8 9 10
0 is in the exact middle of the number line. All positive numbers are to the right of 0 (greater than 0) and all negative numbers are to the left of 0 (less than 0). So no, -8 is not greater than 0.
By definition yes. The median is the number which is exactly in the middle of a set of numbers. The first quartile is the point where 25% of the numbers are to the left, and 75% of the numbers are to the right.