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1. guys there is a question i did today in my math exam and really want to know if i did it correctly plz help me!!!!! the question was:
Given that p and r are two consecutive even numbers,prove algebraically that p^2+r^2 (the whole thing divide by 2) is always 1 more than (p+r)/2 (the whole thing squared.
plz someone help!!!!!!!!!!!!
2. (Original post by maliknawaz)
guys there is a question i did today in my math exam and really want to know if i did it correctly plz help me!!!!! the question was:
Given that p and r are two consecutive even numbers,prove algebraically that p^2+r^2 (the whole thing divide by 2) is always 1 more than (p+r)/2 (the whole thing squared.
plz someone help!!!!!!!!!!!!
So if they are consecutive then which then means that

and

Expand each one out and show that indeed one is 1 more than the other.
3. (Original post by RDKGames)
So if they are consecutive then which then means that

and

Expand each one out and show that indeed one is 1 more than the other.
sorry i didnt understant why r=p+2
4. (Original post by maliknawaz)
sorry i didnt understant why r=p+2
Because if you choose some even number , then the NEXT even number will be 2 ahead of it.

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