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1. three consecutive positive integers are written on a piece of paper. the square of the largest integer is 64 greater than the square of the smallest integer. find th value of each integer
2. (Original post by manuel132)
three consecutive positive integers are written on a piece of paper. the square of the largest integer is 64 greater than the square of the smallest integer. find th value of each integer
So you have, n-1, n, n+1 and you know, (n+1)^2 -(n-1)^2 =64 (I think, don't quote, me as it's rather late!)

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