There are no four consecutive whole numbers that add up to 35. The sum of two consecutive [whole] numbers is an even number plus an odd number which is an odd number. The sum of two consecutive numbers and the two next consecutive numbers is the sum of two odd numbers which is even, but 35 is odd, so no four consecutive whole numbers cannot add up to 35.
I am not sure if any two consecutive numbers can add up to an even number.
The sum of consecutive integers will always be odd. Consecutive odd numbers will be even. 299 + 301 = 600
Answer: The even numbers are 62, 64, 66, and 68
Yes, the numbers 0 through to 36 all add up to 666.
42 = 20 + 22
The sum of 2 consecutive numbers cannot be 118, because you cannot get an even number when you add an even and an odd number.
None exist. 100 is an even number and two consecutive integers can only add up to an odd number. This is because only 2 evens can add up to an even number and no two even numbers are consecutive. (or two odds, but no two odd numbers are consecutive either)
16,25,36 add to 77. They are the squares of consecutive numbers 4,5,6
98, 100, 102
The numbers are 16, 18, 20, 22 and 24.
There is no set of three consecutive whole numbers that add up to 154.
Consecutive whole numbers will have an odd sum. Consecutive odd numbers, or consecutive prime numbers, will be 29 and 31.
They are: 48+50+52 = 150
There are no two consecutive numbers that add or multiply to 102.
The consecutive numbers that have a sum of 257 are 128 and 129.
They add to 666.
Two consecutive numbers (pressumably integers) will always add up to an odd number, so this has no solution. If you mean "two consecutive even numbers" or "two consecutive odd numbers", you should quickly be able to find a solution by trial-and-error.