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# Maths revision

1. I have a test in less than a week for maths and was looking through an old test I had done. I found that my weakest point is proving something algebraically. The question was:
Prove algebraically that the difference between the squares of any two consecutive integers is equal to these two integers. I did try to attempt this question but completely sucked at it. :P any help is greatly appreciated many thanks
2. if you have a number then the next number is , the difference between the squares is

Now make an equation relating to the addition of and it's consecutive number and they should be equal for them to be the same.
3. (Original post by NotNotBatman)
if you have a number then the next number is , the difference between the squares is

Now make an equation relating to the difference between n and it's consecutive number and the should be equal for them to be the same.
Thanks so much that helped explain it a lot !!

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