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The sum of 2 consecutive integers is equal to their difference.

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If x is one integer, then the next consecutive integer is x+1.
Then x+x+1 is the sum and x (x+1) is the difference. Set them equal to each other and solve for x. 
i need help understanding sequences and i been trying to find a problom on my homework can you help me

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