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Find two consecutive odd numbers that add to 208, when the smaller number is added to five times the larger number.

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asked by Vilma
  1. results of the three different options by showing the step by step calculations
    option 1-6%compounded interest quarterly for 5 years
    option 2- 8%compound interest annually for 5 years
    option 3-14.5%simple interest for 10 years

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    posted by kandis
  2. n + 5(n+2) = 208
    6n+10 = 208
    6n = 198
    n = 33

    he numbers are 33 and 35

    33 + 175 = 208

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