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There are lots of positive integers that add up to 234. If the integers are all the same, then they would be 234/3=78.

So we have 78+78+78=234. But we can adjust these to get three different integers: 77+78+79, for example. I subtracted 1 from one of the integers and added one to another. I could have chosen 75+79+80. And so on.

answered Oct 11, 2017 by Rod Top Rated User (569,800 points)

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