# Consecutive Numbers

## Trending Questions

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The sum of three consecutive numbers is 51. Find the numbers.

16, 17, 18

15, 16, 17

18, 19, 20

17, 18, 19

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A boys spends 34 of his pocket money and then 4 by 5 of the reminder is given to his sister if he has rupees 40 left, what did you have at first?

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The sum of two consecutive odd numbers is 36. The smaller one is

15

17

13

19

**Q.**

Score of team A in an inning of a cricket test match was 7/16 of the total score and the highest score of team B was 7/24 of the remaining score. Difference between the score was 70. What was the total score?

**Q.**A carpenter cuts off from a plank 5/12 of its length and then 6/7 of what remains. If the remaining piece is 2 and 1/2 m long, find the original length of the plank.

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Rita read 38th of the book on Monday and 45th of remaining on Tuesday. If there were 30 pages unread, how many pages does the book contains.

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The sum of three consecutive even numbers is 126. Find the numbers.

40, 42, 44

42, 44, 46

32, 34, 36

30, 32, 34

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The sum of the three consecutive odd numbers is 159. Find the numbers.

51, 53, 55

51, 52, 53

53, 54, 55

50, 51, 52

**Q.**

Malti donated 1/20 of her sallery to a widow ashram 1/5 of her sallary was spent on school of the children and 1/5 of her sallary was spent on food after these expenses she was left with Rs21000 . find her montally sallary it is a good habit to donate money to needy people.

**Q.**A person writes a letter to six friends and addresses the corresponding envelopes. In how many ways can the letters be placed in the envelopes so that at least two of them are in wrong places?

719

265

720

264

**Q.**

find a number such that one fourth of a number is 3 more than 7.

**Q.**

A box contains coins of 25-paise and 50-paise suchthat total amount is Rs.160. If the number of 25-paise coins is six times the number of 50-paise coins, then find the numbers of 25-paise coins and 50-paise coins.

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A boy contains 1Rs coins and 2 Rs coins whose total value is 70 R's. If the number of 1Rs coins is five times that of 2 Rs coins , find the number of coins of each type.

**Q.**Priyanka subtracts thrice the number of apples she has from 65 . She finds the result to be 14. How many apples did she have?

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A bag had 97 marbles. Geetha came and took 37 marbles away and Adrian put in some more marbles into the bag. The number of marbles in the bag now is 13 more than the number of marbles it had initially. Find how many marbles Adrian had put in the bag.

**Q.**1) In a class 2/5 of the students like cricket, 2/7 of the students like hockey and the rest of the students like football. If 11 students liked football and if each student liked only one game, find the number of students liked cricket and also the total number of students in the class.

2)If 6 more than a number is doubled it becomes equal to 4 less than three times the number. Find the number.

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Ruchi and Sindhu went shopping. Sindhu had twice the amount of money as Ruchi. Ruchi shopped for utilities worth Rs. 60 and Sindhu spent Rs. 210. Now both of them have the same amount of money left. how much money did each one have at the beginning?

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The sum of any five consecutive numbers is multiple of

2

5

7

10

**Q.**

3 times p is q

One third of p is q

One ninth of q is p

q times p is 3

**Q.**

Which of the following is a variable?

- 5
- Number of days in a week
- Number of months in a year
- Temperature of a place in a day at different times

**Q.**

The sum of three consecutive even numbers is 300. What is the largest number?

100

102

104

106

**Q.**

The marks scored by Parmeet in a math test are 11 more than twice the marks scored by Rita. If Parmeet scored 45, then the marks scored by Rita are:

39

17

34

56

**Q.**Find two consecutive positive integers whose sum is 63.

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The sum of any three consecutive number is multiple of

3

Three

**Q.**

Write the numerical co-efficient of the following terms.

(1) −3*x*^{2}

(2)

(3) 4*y*

(4) 0.3*m*

(5) −1.5*p*

(6) *pqr*

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The sum of any five consecutive numbers is multiple of

10

2

5

7

**Q.**

The quotient of two numbers is 2.If the denominator is 37/5, find the numerator.

**Q.**Teacher

I have took the printout of byjus imaginarium class 7

In that I have a question. In mathematics, question no 10

Sachin scored twice as many runs as Rahul. Together they scored runs fell to a short of a double half century. How many runs they each one scored

**Q.**State whether the given statement is True or False.

Temperature of a place in a day at different times can be considered as a variable.

- Number of days in a week
- 5

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The sum of three consecutive odd numbers is 153. What is the first number in sequence?

49

64

65

48