I'm assuming this is supposed to say: "What are three consecutive integers that add together to equal 171?"
This could also be "What are three consecutive integers that multiply together to equal 171?"
I will do both.For the addition caseThink of "three consecutive integers" as the expressions x, x+1, and x+2. For any value of x, these three expressions will give that number, the number that is one greater than it, and the number that is two greater than it. So, the expression x+(x+1)+(x+2) is the general sum of three consecutive integers. Also possible is the expression x+(x-1)+(x-2), which are still three consecutive integers.
So, this is a simple equation:
Since x=56, x+1=57 and x+2=58
So the three numbers are 56,57,and 58
You can check this answer by adding the three numbers together. I'll bet they equal 171.For the multiplication case:Refer to the explanation for the addition case, but instead of the end expression being x+(x+1)+(x+2), it is now the multiplication of the three integers, meaning the expression is (x)(x+1)(x+2), so we get:
I'll admit right now I don't know a simple way to solve this equation, which hints to me that addition was the intent of the question, but this equation can be solved by plotting the equations
and finding their point(s) of intersection. The value comes out to be approximately 4.6106, which means that the numbers 4.6106, 5.6106, and 6.6106 will multiply to equal approximately 171 (but not exactly). No exact answer is really possible here.
The numbers are 56, 57 and 58.
There are two consecutive odd integers whose sum is 340. They are 169 and 171.
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The answer is 58. 56+57+58 = 171 171 is the largest palindrome less than 220 that can be divided by three. Further palindromes are: 181, 191, 202 and 212.
There are no such integers. Proof: choose any positive whole number x two consecutive even integers: (2x) (2x+2) Take the sum (2x)+(2x+2) (2x)+(2x+2)=340 4x+2=340 4x=338 x=338/4=84.5 Since this is not a whole number, there is no whole number that satisfies the conditions. (There are two consecutive odd integers which add up to 340: 169 and 171)
Currently Kansas has 171 consecutive sell outs as of 12/11/2011.
9 x 19 = 171
57 yards is 171 feet @three feet per yard.
Answer: 171 cm = 67.3228 in
Yes. 171 is evenly divisible by three. (3 x 57 = 171).
In the ring of 173-adic integers.
There are 100 centimetres in one metre. Therefore, 171 centimetres is equal to 171/100 = 1.71 metres.
There are 0.3048 metres in one foot. Therefore, 171 feet is equal to 171 x 0.3048 = 52.1208 metres.
Answer: 171 m = 561.023 ' OR 561 ' and 0.28 "
171 square meters are 204.514298 square yards.
There are 2.54 centimetres in one metre. Therefore, rounded to two decimal places, 171 centimetres is equal to 171/2.54 = 67.32 inches.
There are 30.48 centimetres in one foot. Therefore, rounded to two decimal places, 171 centimetres is equal to 171/30.48 = 5.61 feet.
1*171 3*57 9*19 So the factors of 171 are 1, 3, 9, 19, 57 and 171. Above, you can see how these factors are paired up to equal 171.
171 and 1 57 and 3 19 and 9
There are an infinite amount of answers to that, if you use addition. In terms of its factor pairs, then the follow all equal 171: 1 x 171 3 x 57 9 x 19
68-171 = -103