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15 Oct 2011, 15:59
GMATCLUB has referred to consecutive integers as only being 3,4,5,6,7,8 in one case and could be 2,4,6,8,10,12 or 3,9,12 etc. in another case. This makes the use of the term "consecutive integers" ambiguous. Which should we believe?
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15 Oct 2011, 16:09
check two topics " Evenly Spaced Set & Consecutive Integers" Gmatclub math book

math-number-theory-88376.html
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15 Oct 2011, 16:21
Ok, thank you. That looks like a good source. I appreciate it. I guess I was just adding to the fact that the Gmatclub tests are often times, not written well. One example of many:

m03 #29.
"A computer generated a consecutive set of numbers using the following formula:

where is the common difference between any two consecutive numbers of set .

If the sum of the second and the fifth number in the set is 8, and the sum of the third and the seventh number is 14, what is the first number in set ?" (the interval was 2 units).
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