# SOLUTION: The sum of two consecutive od numbers is equal to 43 more than 1/3 the larger number.Find both numbers and show your work.

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 Question 441287: The sum of two consecutive od numbers is equal to 43 more than 1/3 the larger number.Find both numbers and show your work.Answer by josmiceli(9668)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!Every other number is odd, so I can call the numbers , and . given: ----------------------------- Solve for and Multiply both sides by The numbers are 25 and 27 check: OK