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# The sum of 5 consecutive integers is 145. what is the third number in this sequence?   ### Other questions on the subject: Mathematics Computers and Technology, 09.07.2019 02:10, beccca16
Consider this data sequence: "3 11 5 5 5 2 4 6 6 7 3 -8". any value that is the same as the immediately preceding value is considered a consecutive duplicate. in this example, there are three such consecutive duplicates: the 2nd and 3rd 5s and the second 6. note that the last 3 is not a consecutive duplicate because it was preceded by a 7. write some code that uses a loop to read such a sequence of non-negative integers, terminated by a negative number. when the code finishes executing, the number of consecutive duplicates encountered is printed. in this case,3 would be printed. assume the availability of a variable, stdin, that references a scanner object associated with standard input. Mathematics, 04.09.2019 03:20, jackfrost5
Hey! my girl needs some on her math and i forgot how to do integers, 1) in a list of consecutive integers, each integer is one greater than the preceding integer. for example, 8, 9, and 10 are three consecutive integers. also, -7, -6, -5, and -4 are four consecutive integers. a. start with -2. write a list of four consecutive integers. b. start with n. write expressions for four consecutive integers. c. write expressions for three consecutive integers if the middle integer is n. d. write and simplify an expression for the sum of two consecutive integers. 2. a. use your expression from excercise 1d. show that the sum of two consecutive integers is always odd. b. show that the sum of three consecutive integers is always divisible by 3. c. is the sum of four consecutive integers divisible by 4? explain. d. is the sum of five consecutive integers divisible by 5? explain. e. take it further. for what whole numbers k is the sum of k consecutive integers always divisible by k? 3. if n is an integer, then the expression n(n+1) represents the product of two consecutive integers. a. explain how you know that the product of two consecutive integers is an even number. b. is the product of three consecutive integers divisible by three? explain. c. is the product of four consecutive integers divisible by 4? explain. d. is the product of five consecutive integers divisible by 5? explain. Computers and Technology, 10.10.2019 17:10, Simplytaylorgrenade
C++ consider this data sequence: "3 11 5 5 5 2 4 6 6 7 3 -8". any value that is the same as the immediately preceding value is considered a consecutive duplicate. in this example, there are three such consecutive duplicates: the 2nd and 3rd 5s and the second 6. note that the last 3 is not a consecutive duplicate because it was preceded by a 7. write some code that uses a loop to read such a sequence of non-negative integers, terminated by a negative number. when the code exits the loop it should print the number of consecutive duplicates encountered. in the above case, that value would be 3. Computers and Technology, 03.11.2019 10:31, genyjoannerubiera
Python consider this data sequence: "3 11 5 5 5 2 4 6 6 7 3 -8". any value that is the same as the immediately preceding value is considered a consecutive duplicate. in this example, there are three such consecutive duplicates: the 2nd and 3rd 5s and the second 6. note that the last 3 is not a consecutive duplicate because it was preceded by a 7. write some code that uses a loop to read such a sequence of non-negative integers, terminated by a negative number. when the code finishes executing, the number of consecutive duplicates encountered is printed. in this case,3 would be printed. assume the availability of a variable, stdin, that references a scanner object associated with standard input.
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