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Homework Help: math-a-matic

Posted by Bina on Saturday, October 15, 2011 at 7:36pm.

okay...is this even possible? because i've tried every way i can think of, and i think this might be impossible to solve?

the problem is: find five consecutive odd integers such that the sum of the first and the fith is one less than three times the fourth.

What kind of equation would work for that?

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