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The LCM of two consecutive numbers is greater than 200 and is a multiple of 7. Name the numbers. How do you figure this out?

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  1. The first multiple of 7 greater than 200 is 203

    I know that √203 = appr 14.25

    so if I take 14 x 15 to get 210

    I get a multiple of 7 and a number > 200

    I have given you the smallest such pair

    of course there would be an infinite number of such pairs.
    e.g.
    21x22
    28x29
    are only 2 examples of consecutive numbers whose LCM is greater than 200 and that LCM is a multiple of 7

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