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If a, b, c and d are consecutive integers (a < b < c < d). What is the

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Re: If a, b, c and d are consecutive integers (a < b < c < d). What is the [#permalink]
NiyatiM wrote:
Let a,b,c,d be n, n+1, n+2, n+3 respectively.

(d+c) - (b+a)
= (n+3+n+2) - (n+1+n)
= 2n + 5 - 2n - 1
= 4

Is the OA wrong? Because the answer I got is 4.

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You're right dear!.
I got 4 too.
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