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Q: When is the sum of two integers less than the difference?

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It is 0.

The answer is, obviously, 9.

Two consecutive integers will be 0.5 more and 0.5 less than the quotient of their sum divided by 2. The given sum of the two consecutive integers divided by 2 is -3471.5, so the two consecutive integers are -3472 and -3471.

All of them from 45 to 99 ... 55 integers.

The only proper factor of 51 that is less than 1/3 of 51 is 3. Divide the sum of three consecutive odd integers by 3: 51/3 = 17. The smallest of these integers will be two less than 17 and the largest will be two more than 17, so the three consecutive odd integers having a sum of 51 are 15, 17, and 19.

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That's because the integers may be negative. For example, the sum of (-6) and (-6) is (-12), which is less than their difference (0).

The sum of the first positive odd integers less than 101 is 10,000.

The sum of all the digits of all the positive integers that are less than 100 is 4,950.

Sum of all such integers less than 100 would be 416 .

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224, 225

It is 0.

It is 2500.

The sum of such numbers is 504.

The answer is, obviously, 9.

Two consecutive integers will be 0.5 more and 0.5 less than the quotient of their sum divided by 2. The given sum of the two consecutive integers divided by 2 is -3471.5, so the two consecutive integers are -3472 and -3471.

All of them from 45 to 99 ... 55 integers.

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