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09 Dec 2009, 05:09
What is the product of 6 consecutive integers?

The greatest integer is 4
The sequence has both positive and negative integers

In the question above they have mentioned Consecutive integers which can be either even or odd .
My point here is how come option A be sufficient to solve the above problem.
Whenever they mention consecutive integer, should we take it as general one and not worry about it being even or odd?

Someone please explain me this

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09 Dec 2009, 08:10
tania wrote:
What is the product of 6 consecutive integers?

The greatest integer is 4
The sequence has both positive and negative integers

In the question above they have mentioned Consecutive integers which can be either even or odd .
My point here is how come option A be sufficient to solve the above problem.
Whenever they mention consecutive integer, should we take it as general one and not worry about it being even or odd?

Someone please explain me this

Regards,
Tania

From what I've seen there is always a differentiation among consecutive integers, consecutive evens and consecutive odds
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