Q: What is consecutive integer?

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1.2 is itself not an integer, so no integer is consecutive with it.

x + 1 would be a consecutive integer where x is an integer.

The first integer is 17.

If n is one integer, then the consecutive integer to it is n+1, and the next is n+2 and so on.

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1.2 is itself not an integer, so no integer is consecutive with it.

x + 1 would be a consecutive integer where x is an integer.

The first integer is 17.

The sum of three consecutive integers is -72

If n is one integer, then the consecutive integer to it is n+1, and the next is n+2 and so on.

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An integer is a whole number, therefore 0.09 is not an integer

The first integer is 44.

x+2

A consecutive positive integer is the next positive whole number following a given integer. For example, the consecutive positive integers after 5 would be 6, 7, 8, and so on.

"Consecutive" integers are integers that have no other integer between them.

15 and 16.