Fiona and Greg play a number guessing game. Greg gives Fiona this hint about his two secret numbers, "The product of the two consecutive positive integers that i am thinking of is 11 more than their sum." What are Greg's

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  1. algebra

    Fiona and Greg play a number guessing game. Greg gives Fiona this hint about his two secret numbers, "The product of the two consecutive positive integers that i am thinking of is 11 more than their sum." What are Greg's numbers?
  2. Math

    1) After giving $5 to Greg, David has $25. Greg now has 1/5 as much as Davis does. How much did Greg start with? 2) if 3a+4b=4a-4b=21 find the value of a A)3 B)6 C)21 D)42 E) the answer can not be determined from the information given ^ i think it’s C? 3) If N is a positive ...
  3. Math

    1) After giving $5 to Greg, David has $25. Greg now has 1/5 as much as Davis does. How much did Greg start with? 2) if 3a+4b=4a-4b=21 find the value of a A)3 B)6 C)21 D)42 E) the answer can not be determined from the information given ^ i think it’s C? 3) If N is a positive ...
  4. Maths

    Greg and Martin's age when added together come to a total of 60 years. Now Greg is twice as old as Martin was when Greg was half as old as Martin will be when Martin is five times as old as Greg was when Greg was five times as old as Martin. With all this excellent data how ...
  5. Math

    2. The sum of the reciprocals of two consecutive positive integers is 17/72. Write an equation that can be used to find the two integers. What are the integers? Steve helped me yesterday and gave me the hint 8+9=17. Then I thought about it and saw 8*9=72, but I am confused ...
  6. Algebra

    john is three times as old as Greg, and Greg is half the age of Bob, Steve is two times the age of John and Bob combined. if Steve's age is 60, how old is Greg's older cousin Jane, who is two years older than Greg?
  7. Maths

    The product of two consecutive positive integers is added to the larger of the two integers. Prove that the result is always a square number. Thank you for your help.
  8. Maths help asap please.

    The product of two consecutive positive integers is added to the larger of the two integers. Prove that the result is always a square number. Thank you for your help.
  9. math

    1.twice a number is 6 2.four added to a number gives ten 3.twenty five decreased by twice a number twelve 4.if thrice a number added to seven,the sum is ninety eigth 5.the sun of the squares of a number x and 3yields 25 6.the difference between thrice a number ang 9 is 100 7....
  10. Math

    the product of two consecutive positive even integers is 14 more than their sum .set up an equation that can be used to find the two numbers and solve it
  11. English

    1. Vivien and Fiona visit their friends on every Friday. 2. Vivien and Fiona visit their friends every Friday. 3. Vivien and Fiona visit their friends on Fridays. 4. Vivien and Fiona visit their friends on Friday. (Are all grammatical? Is Sentence 1 right? Thank you for your ...
  12. Math

    the ratio of Simone's pocket money to Fiona's pocket money was 2:3. After Fiona had received $5 from her mother, the ratio of Simone's pocket money to Fiona's pocket money became 4:7. how much pocket money did both of them have at first?
  13. English

    Sandra is working on her Works Cited page for a research paper and needs to include information from a magazine article called "The Cultivation of Violets" by Fiona Knox. It was published in the April 2015 issue of Botany Monthly. The article was found on pages 62 to 66. ...
  14. Math

    The product of Greg's age and 5 is 55 Use the variable G to represent Greg's age
  15. math

    The product of two consecutive positive even integers is 48. Find the integers.
  16. Amanda

    The product of two consecutive positive integers is 11 more than their sum. What the integers? Please help.
  17. math

    The product of two consecutive positive integers is 11 more than their sum. What the integers? Please help.
  18. Math

    The product of two consecutive even positive integers is 120. Find the integers.
  19. Identifying adverbs and adjectives

    The test (adverb)of wills between Jack Byrnes and Greg Focker escalates (adjectives) to new heights. It has taken 10 years, two little (adjectives) Fockers with wife Pam and countless hurdles for Greg to finally get "in" with his tightly (adverb) wound (adjectives) father-in-...
  20. Math

    System Of Elimination: Greg invested $11,000 in two accounts. The first account pays 5% interest per year. The second account pays 8% interest per year. Greg earned a total of $752.50 in interest at the end of the first year. How much did Greg invest in the 5% account? ~I don'...
  21. math, algebra

    2a+2ab+2b I need a lot of help in this one. it says find two consecutive positive integers such that the sum of their square is 85. how would i do this one i have no clue i know what are positive integers.but i don't know how to figure this out. Let n be a postive integer, ...
  22. algebra

    Five times the smallest of three consecutive odd integers is ten more than twice the longest. Find the integers. The sum of three integers is one hundred twenty three more than the first number. The second number is two more than the first number. the third number is five less...
  23. algebra

    The product of two positive consecutive numbers is 42. What is the smaller number?
  24. Algebra

    For two consecutive positive even integers, the product of the smaller and twice the larger is 160. Find the integers.
  25. Math

    What is the smallest of 3 consecutive positive integers if the product of the smaller two integers is 5 less than 5 times the largest integer? I can't remember how to start this.
  26. Math

    What is the smallest of 3 consecutive positive integers if the product of the smaller two integers is 5 less than 5 times the largest integer? I can't remember how to start this.
  27. math

    17. Jenny, Greg, & Hank gather their marbles and have 20 in total. If Jenny has 3 less than twice the number Greg has, and Hank has 1 less than Greg has, how many marbles do each of them have?
  28. Word problem check

    one summer, Van mowed 4 lawns for every 7 lawns mowed by Fiona. Together they mowed 132 lawns. How many did Fiona mow? I have the answer as 84 is that correct?
  29. Math

    Suppose you have two numbers. The difference of the two numbers is 12. The product of the two numbers is 17. Multiply the larger of the two numbers by 100, add 50 times the smaller number to that, round the total to the nearest whole number. That starts out as an algebra ...
  30. Math

    Find two consecutive odd integers whose product is 323. Would the two numbers be 17,19 and -17,-19???
  31. English

    Identify the incorrectly punctuated sentence. A: Reaching for the lightbulb. Greg fell off the stepladder. B: Thinking he might be hurt Robert ran in to help.*** C: Changing a lightbulb is not difficult. D: Holding the stepladder, Robert watched Greg try again.
  32. Math

    Greg is buying a bike on a payment plan. the equation y=20x+600 models the amount he has left to pay, where x is the number of weeks and y is the amount of money owed in dollars. Lin is also buying a bike on a payment plan. The bike costs $500. She will pay $25 each week. ...
  33. math

    Greg is buying a bike on a payment plan. the equation y=20x+600 models the amount he has left to pay, where x is the number of weeks and y is the amount of money owed in dollars. Lin is also buying a bike on a payment plan. The bike costs $500. She will pay $25 each week. ...
  34. Math

    Greg is buying a bike on a payment plan. the equation y=20x+600 models the amount he has left to pay, where x is the number of weeks and y is the amount of money owed in dollars. Lin is also buying a bike on a payment plan. The bike costs $500. She will pay $25 each week. ...
  35. english

    She asked me if me and Greg could handle a yard like hers A. Change could to can. B. Change hers to her's C. Change me and Greg to Greg and I. D. Make no change.
  36. Math

    Paulo withdraws the same amount from his bank account each week to pay for lunch. Over the past four weeks, he withdrew one hundred twenty dollars. Which rule best applies to determine the change in his account each week? 1. The product of two positive integers is a positive ...
  37. Math

    1. If the product of 5 and the sum of 10 and a certain number is equal to 15, what is the number? 2. The sum of two consecutive counting numbers divided by their positive difference is 9. Find the larger numbers.
  38. math

    Find two consecutive positive integers whose product is 72
  39. Algebra II

    The sum of the reciprocals of two consecutive positive integers is 17/12. Write an equation that can be used to find the two integers. What are the integers?
  40. math

    Lisa is thinking about two positive integers. The larger integer is seven less than twice the smaller integer. The larger integer is also three more than the smaller integer. What is the larger of the two integers that Lisa is thinking about? ~So the problem just throws me off...
  41. grammar

    Need to identify five adverbs in this paragraph. I think I am correct but would like a second opinion. Thanks for your thoughts. LITTLE FOCKERS is the “continued” (adverb) antics of Greg and Pam Focker (Ben Stiller and Teri Polo) who “now” (adverb) have two kids ...
  42. Maths

    Con has twice as much money as Fiona. If Fiona earns an extra $15, Con will only have one-and-a-half times her amount. How much money does each person have? Simultaneous equations
  43. mathematics

    Greg give 1/4 of his oranges to James and sold 1/3 of the remainder. Greg remained with 80 oranges. Calculate how many oranges Greg had in the beginning and calculate how many oranges were sold.
  44. math, algebra, word problems

    Greg and Gary start a bicycle race at the same place and time.Greg travels at a constant speed of 16 miles/hour and Gary at a constant speed of 12 miles/hour. Greg finishes the race 2 hours ahead of Gary. How many miles did Greg travel in the race? Please help me with a simple...
  45. math

    Find two consecutive positive integers whose product is 132.
  46. Alg 1

    The product of two consecutive integers, n and n+1, is 42. What is the positive integer that satisfies the situation? Is it 6 x 7?
  47. Math

    The product of two consecutive negative integers is 2,070. What are the numbers?
  48. Math

    The sum of three consecutive positive integers is 315. Find the numbers. ( Hint: x, x+1, x + 2 )
  49. java programming

    Create a program that will generate lottery numbers for the user. There are two types of numbers in the lottery, the standard numbers 1-43 and the power ball number 1-60.There are three different lottery games, a three number game, a five number game with a power ball, and a ...
  50. Translating a sentence into a one-step equation

    Translate this sentence into an equation. The product of Greg's age and 6 is 102. Use the variable g to represent Greg's age.
  51. math

    Last night, Greg was reading a book. At first, he was sitting next to the lamp, which was very bright. Greg could see all of the words in the book very well. Then, he moved to a chair that was farther away from the lamp. It was less bright in the spot where Greg moved. He had ...
  52. math

    The product of two consecutive integers is two hundred forty. Find the two integers.
  53. ALGEBRA 1 HELP

    Henry is taking a medicine for a common cold. The table below shows the amount of medicine f(t), in mg, that was present in Henry's body after time t: t (hours) 1 2 3 4 5 f(t) (mg) 282 265.08 249.18 234.22 220.17 Greg was administered 300 mg of the same medicine. The amount of...
  54. calculus

    find two positive integers such that the sum of the first number and 4 times the second number is 1000 and the product of the numbers is as large as possible
  55. algebra

    Write the following as a quadratic equation. The product of two consecutive positive integers equals 56. a) n (n + 1) = 56 b) n^2 = 56 c) n (n - 1) = 56 d) n (n + 2) = 56
  56. algebra

    The sum of two consecutive integers is between 5 and 9. What are the two integers? Tell the two numbers only
  57. math

    What is the smallest of three consecutive integers if the sum of the smaller two integers is equal to 177 less than four times the largest? Note: Consecutive integers are integers that come one after the other. For example: -3, -2 and -1 or 14, 15 and 16. Therefore, if the ...
  58. math

    What is the smallest of three consecutive integers if the sum of the smaller two integers is equal to 177 less than four times the largest? Note: Consecutive integers are integers that come one after the other. For example: -3, -2 and -1 or 14, 15 and 16. Therefore, if the ...
  59. math

    there are three consecutive positive integers such that the sum of the squares of the smallest two is 221. write and equation to find the three consecutive positive integers let x= the smallest integer
  60. Math - Quadratic Equations

    Two consecutive even numbers have a product of 288. What are the numbers? The answer I got through trial and error was 18 and 16. Is there a way for me to form the question into an equation and work that out to find the answer, instead of just guessing numbers? Thanks.
  61. math

    the sum of two consecutive numbersis 205. whatare two numbers? (hint:let n represent the first number. then n + 1 represents the second number.
  62. Math

    1) for any three consecutive numbers, what can you say about odd numbers and even numbers? Explain. 2 A)Mirari conjectures that, for any three consecutive numbers, one number would be divisible by 3. Do you think Mirari is correct? Explain. 2 B) Gia claims that the sum of any ...
  63. Math

    Greg buys cases that hold 9 mini cars each. He fills every case. The total number of mini cars he has is either 135, 145, 155. If each car case costs $4.95, how much does Greg spend altogether?
  64. C programming

    Enter two integers between 1 to 10 3 4 Both numbers are less than 5. The sum of two numbers is:-1081825676 The product of two numbers is:-1081825680 why are the sum and product so weird? my code: #include <stdio.h> int main() { int x; int y; int z; int p; int count=1; ...
  65. Algebra

    The sum of the squares of two consecutive positive even integers is one hundred sixty-four. Find the two integers.
  66. math

    Greg's age is 2 years more than 1/3 of steve's age. Molly is 5 years older than Greg. Which equation can be used to find Molly's age, m, based on Greg's age, g, and steve's age, s?
  67. physics

    Greg is walking in a daze. He first walks 1000m NE. Then he walks 3000m S and finally 2200m 20° N of E. How far away did Greg end up from the starting point and in which direction?
  68. Math

    Create a Euler diagram to determine whether the syllogism is valid or invalid. Some musicians stay up late. Greg is a musician. Greg stays up late.
  69. algebra

    The product of two consecutive positive even numbers is 840. What are the numbers? (Enter solutions from smallest to largest.)
  70. math

    The product of two consecutive positive even numbers is 1368. What are the numbers? (Enter solutions from smallest to largest.)
  71. ALGEBRA

    The product of two consecutive positive even numbers is 528. What are the numbers? (Enter solutions from smallest to largest.) and
  72. ALGEBRA

    The product of two consecutive positive even numbers is 728. What are the numbers? (Enter solutions from smallest to largest.) and
  73. ALGEBRA

    The product of two consecutive positive even numbers is 728. What are the numbers? (Enter solutions from smallest to largest.) and
  74. ALGEBRA

    The product of two consecutive positive even numbers is 728. What are the numbers? (Enter solutions from smallest to largest.) and
  75. algebra2

    Two consecutive positive integers have the property that one integer times twice the other equals 612. What is the sum of these two integers?
  76. quad. eq.

    find 3 consecutive integers such that the product of the second and third integer is 20 Take three integers x, y, and z. The for xyz, we want y*z = 20 The factors of 20 are 20*1 10*2 5*4. 20*1 are not consecutive. 10*2 are not consecutive. But 5 and 4 are consecutive; ...
  77. Algebra

    The numbers a and b are consecutive positive integers, and a < square root 200 < b. What is the value of the product ab?
  78. Pre-Algebra

    Find two consecutive odd integers such that 5 times the first integer is 12 more than 3 times the second. let X = 1st odd number. and Y = 2nd odd number = X + 2 since it is consecutive. Now set up two equations (the first is Y = X + 2). The second is 5X = 3Y + 12. Substitute ...
  79. math

    find two consecutive positive integers such that their product added to four times the smaller integer equals 36
  80. algebra

    Are the following true or false? 1. The difference of two natural numbers is always a natural number. 2. The sum of two natural numbers is always a natural number. 3. The quotient of two natural numbers is always a natural number. 4. The difference of two natural numbers is ...
  81. maths

    If the product of two positive integers is 363, and the least common multiple of them is 33, what is the sum of the two positive integers?
  82. maths

    If the product of two positive integers is 363, and the least common multiple of them is 33, what is the sum of the two positive integers?
  83. math

    What is the smallest of three consecutive integers if the sum of the smaller two integers is equal to 177 less than four times the largest? Note: Consecutive integers are integers that come one after the other. For example: -3, -2 and -1 or 14, 15 and 16. Therefore, if the ...
  84. Math

    Find 3 consecutive positive integers whose product is 5 more than the cube of the middle number. Tried x*(x+1)*(x+2) = (x+1)^3 + 5, but that solves to x = -6 which isn't positive.
  85. Mathis

    Fiona is dissatisfied with her current weekly salary. If she received a raise of $0.50 per hour and worked an additional 4 hours each week her weekly salary would then be $500. What is Fiona current salary a) $380 b)$400 c)$420 d)440 e) not e ought information I put d can you ...
  86. math

    Find two consecutive integers such that the sqaure of the bigger number in equal to the product of number
  87. math

    the sum of the reciprocals of 3 consecutive positive integers is 47 divided by the product of the integers. what is the smallest of the 3 integers
  88. Algebra

    The sum of two consecutive integers is -15. what is the product of the two integers?
  89. Algebra

    Find four consecutive natural numbers if you know that the product of the first two is 38 less than the product of the following two numbers.
  90. Math

    The number of ways in which 63 can be expressed as a sum of two or more consecutive positive integers.
  91. MATH

    The sum of three whole numbers is 193. The smaller two are consecutive integers and the larger two are consecutive even whole numbers.Find the three whole numbers.
  92. algebra

    Find the two consecutive odd integers such that 5 times the first integer is 12 more than 3 times the second. can some explain to me how to get this i was thinking the formula would be ' 5x+12=3x No, that's not it. The second integer is x+2, since it is "consecutive" and also ...
  93. Integers

    The larger of two positive integers is five more than twice the smaller integer. The product of the integers is 52. Find the integers.
  94. Math

    Greg is opening a car wash. He estimates his cost equation as C= 5000 +0.05x and his revenue equation as where R=1.9x is the number of cars washed in a six-month period. Find the number of cars that must be washed in a six-month period for Greg to make a profit.
  95. Algebra

    The difference of the cubes of two consecutive odd positive integers is 400 more than the sum of their squares. Find the sum of the two integers.
  96. algebra!

    The difference of the cubes of two consecutive odd positive integers is 400 more than the sum of their squares. Find the sum of the two integers.
  97. Algebra

    The difference of the cubes of two consecutive odd positive integers is 400 more than the sum of their squares. Find the sum of the two integers.
  98. Algebra

    The difference of the cubes of two consecutive odd positive integers is 400 more than the sum of their squares. Find the sum of the two integers.
  99. math

    The difference of the cubes of two consecutive odd positive integers is 400 more than the sum of their squares. Find the sum of the two integers.
  100. math

    don't understand help please When one half of the second of two consecutive integers is subtracted from the first of the two consecutive integers, the result is 2.
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