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Q: Find two consecutive odd integers if twice the larger increased by the smaller equals 85?

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This question cannot be answered. There are no two consecutive even integers that yield the sum of 60.

L = 22 - x. There is no solution in integers for this statement: it is not possible in this Universe for two consecutive numbers to add to an even number. Nearest answer is 10½ and 11½.

Since you know that the average of the three integers is going to be -63/3 = -21, you know that there must be one integer either side of these. Therefore, -20 + -21 + -22 = -63.

One increased by two equals the quotient of nine and three.

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This question cannot be answered. There are no two consecutive even integers that yield the sum of 60.

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