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consecutive odd integer problem find two odd integers the sum of whose squares is 130. (sq)=squared let x= 1st odd int let x+2=2nd odd int (2x+2)(2x+2)=130 4x(sq) + 4x+ 4x +4=130 4x(sq) + 8x 126= 0 2(2x(sq)+4x63)=0 My question:
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