No two consecutive whole numbers equal 0.5625 using the basic operations of arithmetic.
There is no set of 8 consecutive whole numbers whose sum is 75.
Not possible, two whole numbers can't equal to a number with a half.
The sum of 3 consecutive whole numbers is always equal to 3 times the middle number in that sequence.
The sum of any two consecutive whole numbers must be odd. 158 is not odd. Therefore the question has no valid answer.
The sum of any two consecutive whole numbers is always odd, and equal to one more than twice the first number (2x+1).
Consecutive whole numbers have no other whole numbers between them.
The average of 33 consecutive whole numbers is 58, what is the smallest of these whole numbers? The answer is 42
49 + 50 = 99
136 cannot lie between two consecutive whole numbers.
21/4 is not a whole number and it cannot be represented as consecutive whole numbers.
If two whole numbers are consecutive, that means there can't be another whole number between them.
There are two consecutive odd, whole numbers. The numbers are 39 and 41.
It is impossible to add nine consecutive whole numbers to make 375. The results closest to 375 are the sum of the numbers 37 to 45 (369), and the sum of the numbers 38 to 46 (378).
Consecutive means following one another. E and F are consecutive, as are Tuesday and Wednesday and 100 and 101. The number 15 is NOT between any consecutive whole numbers. However, it is between the whole numbers 14 and 16 --- which of course are not consecutive.
Consecutive numbers are whole numbers whose difference is 1.
There are no two consecutive whole numbers that sum to 142.With two consecutive whole numbers, one is even and the other odd, and their sum will be odd, but 142 is even.Two consecutive even numbers that sum to 142 are 70 and 72.
There is no set of four consecutive whole numbers whose sum is 75.
It is called a whole consecutive number.
There aren't two consecutive whole numbers that fulfill that request.
4 and 3 * * * * * 19 is itself a whole number and no whole number can lie between two consecutive whole numbers.
Consecutive whole numbers will have an odd sum. Consecutive odd numbers, or consecutive prime numbers, will be 29 and 31.
The only two consecutive whole numbers that are prime numbers are 2 and 3. Otherwise, every second consecutive whole number in sequence is even, and being multiples of 2, they cannot be prime.
96 cannot lie between two consecutive whole numbers.