1St consecutive no :x

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n^2 +(n+2)^2=164

2n^2 +4n +4 -164=0

2n^2 +4n -160=0

n^2 +2n -80=0

quadratik formula giv n=8 or n=-10

8^2=64 & 10^2=100, sum=164
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Your answer is 8 & 10, calculation is as follows: 8(8) = 64! 10(10) = 100! 100 + 64 = 164
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