What are consecutive numbers?
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answered Feb 3, 2013 by anonymous

Take the cuberoot.

I misunderstood the question, but this gets you close to your starting number.

answered Apr 10, 2013 by anonymous
7 * 6 * 5 = 42 * 5 = 210!
answered Oct 5, 2013 by TheMathWhiz Level 1 User (780 points)

Three consecutive numbers represented by n-1, n, n+1.

The product is n(n^2-1)=210 or n^3=210+n.

We can write this: n=210/(n^2-1).

Now we work out the nearest perfect cube to 210. 6^3=216 so pick 6.

n=210/(36-1)=210/35=6. But we started with 6 and got 6 again so n=6 and n-1=5, n+1=7.

The consecutive numbers are 5, 6, 7.

answered Mar 10 by Rod Top Rated User (429,780 points)
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