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A four-digit number with consecutive positive integers is a product of 2x and x^2. What is the sum of these two factors?

A. 80
B. 99
C. 168
D. 224
E. 288
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gracie wrote:
A four-digit number with consecutive positive integers is a product of 2x and x^2. What is the sum of these two factors?

A. 80
B. 99
C. 168
D. 224
E. 288


Number is 4-digit and =2x*x^2=2x^3, thus an even number..
Cases
1) 1234..
\(2x^3=1234....x^3=617... Between 8^3--9^3\) , so no integer value possible
2) 3456..
\(2x^3=3456......x^3=1728......x=12\), so we have a possible value
We are looking for \(2x+x^2=2*12+12^2=24+144=168\)

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gracie wrote:
A four-digit number with consecutive positive integers is a product of 2x and x^2. What is the sum of these two factors?

A. 80
B. 99
C. 168
D. 224
E. 288


Number is 4-digit and =2x*x^2=2x^3, thus an even number..
Cases
1) 1234..
\(2x^3=1234....x^3=617... Between 8^3--9^3\) , so no integer value possible
2) 3456..
\(2x^3=3456......x^3=1728......x=12\), so we have a possible value
We are looking for \(2x+x^2=2*12+12^2=24+144=168\)

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