12 and 13
If you mean two consecutive even whole numbers then they are 140 and 142
Consecutive whole numbers are very easy to find, or to generate whenever you want to. Just count! Any group of numbers you say, without skipping any, are consecutive whole numbers. Like "1 and 2", or "6, 7, and 8". It's a little bit harder to find consecutive whole numbers that fit some kind of description that somebody gives you. But that's easy to learn with practice.
The three consecutive whole numbers you are looking for are 1, 2, and 3. The sum of the first two numbers, 1 + 2 = 3.
7 and 8
131 and 133
Find two consecutive whole number that 104 lies
Multiply them together
For the product to be zero, one of the numbers must be 0. So the question is to find the maximum sum for fifteen consecutive whole numbers, INCLUDING 0. This is clearly achived by the numbers 0 to 14 (inclusive), whose sum is 105.
It is their product since they must be coprime.
10 and 12
9 and 10.
The answer would be 5 and 6
The numbers are 88 and 89 (88 x 89 = 7,832). This is very easy to find. The products you are looking for are consecutive and so they are very close to each other. Calculate the square root of the number, and it is easy to see that if there are two consecutive whole numbers that will be products of the number, they will be consecutive whole numbers very close to the square root. The square root of 7832 is about 88.5.
it is 40 and 55 because it is if u don't know that your dome.
As written, the question is unanswerable. You will not be able to find two consecutive whole numbers that lie betweena single number. It's possible that you want to find consecutive whole numbers between 5 and 9, but I'm pretty sure you know that would be 6 and 7 or 7 and 8. I've seen this question more frequently referring to the square root of 59 lying between two consecutive whole numbers (7 and 8) but that's a lot of information to leave out.
Find two consecutive numbers with the value of 4160
To find a percentage in a whole number, multiply the number by 100%, or put two zeroes and a percent sign after the number.
This is easiest to solve by trial-and-error. Take two consecutive numbers and multiply them, for example, 20 x 21 = 420. Since this is too low, try higher numbers. If your answer is too high, try again with lower numbers, until you find the answer.
If you mean two consecutive odd numbers then they are 117 and 119
The numbers are 28 and 30.
The GCF of consecutive integers is 1.