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No. The concept of consecutive makes sense for integers but not for fractions. Fractions are infinitely dense. This means that there are infinitely many fractions between any two numbers - including between any two fractions. So, given one fraction, f1, there cannot be a "next" or "consecutive" fraction, f2, because there are an infinite number of fractions between f1 and f2.

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โˆ™ 2016-03-17 17:50:38

No, because the word integer means whole number (positive or negative).

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โˆ™ 2016-03-17 01:29:46

No.

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