# SOLUTION: find three consecutive odd integers such that twice the second integer increased by six equals the sum of the largest and three time the smallest integer.

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 Question 110493: find three consecutive odd integers such that twice the second integer increased by six equals the sum of the largest and three time the smallest integer.Answer by MathLover1(6634)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website! Let us name these three unidentified integers , , and , arbitrarily assuming that is the and is the, we may write: if integer increased by of the integer, we can write: If is smallest odd number, then Now we can substitute it here: ….move to the right and to the left …. …. …. or …. smallest odd number Check: