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The product of two consecutive positive integers is 11 more than their sum. What the integers? Please help.

  • Amanda -

    Let X = first integer
    X + 1 is the second.
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    X*(X+1) = X + X+ 1 + 11
    Solve for X and X+1. That's a quadratic equation.

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