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 PAGE: 307 SET: Exercises PROBLEM: 17

Let n is the positive odd integers.

Let two consecutive positive odd integers .

The word sum of two consecutive positive odd integers represents.

The word two consecutive positive odd integers with a sum that is at least 8 and less than 24 represents .

The inequality is .

Subtract 2 from each side.

Divide each side by 2.

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The n values set is .

If the remaining positive odd integer value and the solution set is .

If the remaining positive odd integer value and the solution set is .

If the remaining positive odd integer value and the solution set is .

If the remaining positive odd integer value and the solution set is .

If the remaining positive odd integer value and the solution set is .

The all solution sets are .

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