The integers are even and are 28 and 30.
The two consecutive integers whose sum is 73 are 36 and 37.
There are two consecutive odd integers whose sum is 176. They are 87 and 89.
Two consecutive integers whose sum is 19 is 10 & 9; 10+9 = 19.
The two even consecutive integers are: 62+64 = 126
The integers are 49 and 50.
The integers are 39 and 40.
There are two consecutive odd integers whose sum is 340. They are 169 and 171.
Two consecutive even integers will be one more and one less than the quotient of their sum divided by 2. The given sum of the two consecutive integers divided by 2 is 25, so the two consecutive integers are 24 and 26.
The integers are 93 and 95.
They are 92 and 93.
There are none.
There are none. The only two consecutive integers totaling 217 are 108 and 109.
The integers are 13 and 15.
There are no two consecutive even numbers whose sum is 100. It is easily proved.
No possible solution.The sum of any two odd integers is an even integer.
The integers are 20 and 22.
Integers are whole numbers therefore it follows that two consecutive integers can't result into a decimal number