# Algebra

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so the answer for 3 consecutive positive even integers such that the product of the second and third integers is 20 more than ten times the first integer........the answer is n=6 and n=-2

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-2 is not allowed, it is NOT a positive integer.

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oh? so the answer is just n=6

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