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smileysmileysmiley

 Feb 13, 2018

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n+(n+1)+(n+2)+(n+3)=4n+6

4n+6=2(2n+3)

this is a multiple of two so therefore must be even

 

 

winkwinkwink

 Feb 13, 2018
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n+(n+1)+(n+2)+(n+3)=4n+6

4n+6=2(2n+3)

this is a multiple of two so therefore must be even

 

 

winkwinkwink

lynx7 Feb 13, 2018
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Nice job, lynx  !!!

 

 

cool cool cool

CPhill  Feb 13, 2018
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Thanks for helping.

 

smileysmileysmiley

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