Q: What is the least number of consecutive integers that add up to 1000?

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1416 is an integer 1000 is an integer A rational number is any number produced by dividing two integers. As such yes 1.416 is a rational number of 1416/1000

No.Let the four numbers be (n-1), n, (n+1), (n+2).Their sum is 4n + 2 = 2(2n + 1)If 2000 is the sum of four consecutive integers, then:2(2n+1) = 2000⇒ 2n + 1 = 1000⇒ 2n = 999but 999 is odd, not even and so n cannot be an integer; therefore 2000 is not the sum of four consecutive integers.

The least common multiple of the integers from 2 to 1000 is the product of all those numbers, or 1000!. Since the LCM of any consecutive integers is their product, the LCM of all integers between 2 and 1000 must by 2*3*4*5*...*998*999*1000.

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The multiples of 1,000 are an infinite number of integers in the set that begins 1000, 2000, 3000, 4000, and so on.

Because it is equivalent to 4781/1000, a ratio of two integers.