How do you find three consecutive integers if twice the middle integer is equal to the sum of the first and third?
It is true for all integers.
In any three consecutive integers, twice the middle integer is always equal to the sum of the first and third. Hence this is valid for all integers. Still let us attempt it.
Le the three consecutive integers be
Hence, it is true for all integers.
This is true for all consecutive integers.
Let's say the lowest integer is equal to
So what does this mean? It means that either there is no solution or no one unique solution.
So let's try it out. Let's do:
This works for all integers.