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Most natural numbers can be expressed as a sum of two or ore consecutive positive intergers. Find all natural numbers between 1,000 and 10,000 which cannot be expressed as a sum of tow or more consecutive positive intergers.

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Even numbers would not be expressed in terms of two consecutive positive integers. How many "more" than two do you need to consider?
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