# Math

Twice the smallest of three consecutive odd integers is eleven more than the largest. Find the integers. Please help I don't understand these type of math question

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1. Smallest = X.
Middle = x+1.
Largest = x+2.

2x = (x+2) + 11.
X = 13.
x+1 = 13+1 = 14.
x+2 = 13+2 = 15.

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