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Q: What two odd numbers can you subtract to get 28?

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Two numbers that have an LCM of 28 are 14 and 28.

The average of the two odd integers is 28. Therefore the two integers are 28-1 and 28+1, i.e 27 and 29.

In 'normal' arithmetic, there is no solution of 3 consecutive odd numbers where the product of the smaller two is 22 less than that of the larger two. For instance difference in products for 1-3-5 is 12, for 3-5-7 it is 20, and for 5-7-9 it is 28. The series steps by 8 integers for each set of 3 odd numbers investigated.

call the first number x. The second number would be x + 2 (as they're consecutive odd numbers). The sum of both numbers would be x + x + 2 = 28, or 2x + 2 = 28. This can be evaluated to 2x = 26, x = 13. The first number would be 13, the second 15, 13 + 15 = 28.

28 is even. All numbers ending in an even number are themselves even.

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25

3, 9, 15, 21, 27

The two numbers are 21 and 7.

14 and 28

14 and 28

There are two consecutive even numbers. The numbers are 26 and 28.

The sum of all the odd numbers between 1 and 30 (2-28) is 784. If you include 30 the result is 900.

The range of a set of numbers is the range between the largest and the smallest number. This is basically the largest number in the sequence subtract the smallest number in the sequence. In this case, the smallest number is 7 and the largest number is 35. This makes the range 28.

The numbers are 4 and 24 because 24/4 = 6 and 4+24 = 28

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-13 and -15

They are 4 and 24

multiply 3 subtract 2

The pattern is... add 7 then subtract 4. The next two numbers would be 45 & 41.

The numbers are -2 and 28

28

28 and 56, among others.