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Q: What is the sum of two consecutive odd integers is 116?

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The sum of two consecutive integers will always be an odd number.

They are: 57+59 = 116

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57+59 = 116

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The average of the four numbers will be equal to 116/4 = 29 Since you are looking for an even number of integers, you cannot have them averaging an odd number.

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