Q: How do you make 149 using consecutive numbers?

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The numbers are 145, 147 and 149.

6,7,8 those numbers squared are 36,49,64 which add to 149

The numbers are 145, 147, 149, 151 and 153.

1 and 149

I think that would have to be 149.

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148 + 149 = 297

The numbers are 145, 147 and 149.

6,7,8 those numbers squared are 36,49,64 which add to 149

The numbers are 145, 147, 149, 151 and 153.

147 + 148 + 149 + 150 + 151 = 745

1 and 149

I think that would have to be 149.

-149 IS a real number.

"100. The numbers are consecutive squares (1, 4, 9, 16, etc) grouped in sets of three digits."

1 and 149. It is a prime number.

Add 149, 151, 163 and 167 together.

1 and 149. It is a prime number.