# SOLUTION: Find three consecutive odd integers such that the product of three and the third integer is twenty-one more than two times the sum of the first two numbers. Thank you, Thank you

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 Question 21688: Find three consecutive odd integers such that the product of three and the third integer is twenty-one more than two times the sum of the first two numbers. Thank you, Thank youAnswer by Paul(988)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!First = x second = x+2 third = x+4 3(x+4)=21+2(x+x+2) 3x+12=21+4x+4 3x+12=25+4x x=-13 -13+2=-11 -13+4=-9 Hence, the three consective numbers are -13, -11, and -9