The sum of 3 consecutive whole numbers is always equal to 3 times the middle number in that sequence.
There are none.
The sum of any two consecutive whole numbers is always odd, and equal to one more than twice the first number (2x+1).
The sum of any two consecutive whole numbers must be odd. 158 is not odd. Therefore the question has no valid answer.
49 + 50 = 99
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).
There are no two consecutive numbers that equal 70 because the sum of any two consecutive numbers is an odd number.
There is no set of four consecutive whole numbers whose sum is 75.
It is called a whole consecutive number.
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 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.
There is no set of 8 consecutive whole numbers whose sum is 75.
You probably want to know "What are the 3 consecutive whole numbers whose sum is 72 ?" They are 23, 24, and 25.
Consecutive whole numbers will have an odd sum. Consecutive odd numbers, or consecutive prime numbers, will be 29 and 31.
The numbers are 145, 147 and 149.
The numbers are 48 and 49.
The three consecutive whole numbers you are looking for are 1, 2, and 3. The sum of the first two numbers, 1 + 2 = 3.
All the odd numbers.
There are no such whole numbers. The sum of three consecutive whole numbers must be a multiple of 3; as 68 is not a multiple of 3 (68 = 3 × 22 2/3) it cannot be the sum of three whole numbers.
The numbers are 19, 20 and 21.
For the product to be zero, one of the numbers must be 0. So the question is to find the maximum sum for fifteen consecutive whole numbers, INCLUDING 0. This is clearly achived by the numbers 0 to 14 (inclusive), whose sum is 105.
"Two consecutive numbers" implies that these are whole numbers. Consecutive whole numbers have different parity - that is to say that one is odd and the other even, which means that their sum must be odd. Since 38 is even the problem has no solution.
There are no two consecutive even numbers whose sum is 100. It is easily proved.