Q: What two integers is 42 between?

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You said between, that means not including either 27 or 42. So 'between' 27 and 29, there is one integer(28). 29-27 = 2, which is one more than the # of integers between. So subtract (42-27) and that will be one more than the integers between.

None. But, 14 is between the two odd integers 13 and 15.

12 + 14 + 16 = 42

No. There are infinitely many rational numbers between any two integers.

42 is. Integers can't be simplified.

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41 is between the integers 40 and 42.

The two even integers are 20 and 22. 20 + 22 = 42.

You said between, that means not including either 27 or 42. So 'between' 27 and 29, there is one integer(28). 29-27 = 2, which is one more than the # of integers between. So subtract (42-27) and that will be one more than the integers between.

Half it = 41, so consecutive even integers are 40 & 42

The integers are 20 and 22.

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

41 + 42 = 83

42 + 52 = 16 + 25 = 41

Yes

They are integers between 40 and 50, and their GCF is 3.

Assuming you mean consecutive numbers are integers, then: The integers will be the two integers between which the square root of 1722 lies. Calculating the square root of 1722 using the "long" division method: ________4__1 _____---------- ___4|_17_22 _______16 _______--- __81|__122 __________81 __________--- __________41 The square root of 1722 is 41.<something>, thus it lies between 41 and 42, so: 1722 = 41 × 42

None. But, 14 is between the two odd integers 13 and 15.