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Find three consecutive integers such that the square of the third minus the first is equal to 2 more than 5 times the second.

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If they are consecutive, then one = x, the second = x+1 and the third = x+2.

(x-2)^2 - x = 5(x+1) + 2

I'll let you do the calculations.

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