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For two consecutive positive even integers, the product of the smaller and twice the larger is 160. Find the integers.
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the integers are 2k and 2k+2
(2k)*2(2k+2) = 160
k(k+1) = 20
20=4*5, so k=4
The numbers are 8 and 10posted by Steve
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