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If a, h, and c are consecutive positive integers and a < b <

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If a, b, and c are consecutive positive integers and a < b < c, which of the following must be an odd integer?

(A) abc

(B) a + b + c

(C) a + be

(D) a(b + c)

(E) (a + b)(b + c)
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Re: If a, h, and c are consecutive positive integers and a < b < [#permalink] New post 09 Jun 2018, 11:52
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If a, b, and c are consecutive positive integers and a < b < c, which of the following must be an odd integer?

(A) abc

(B) a + b + c

(C) a + be

(D) a(b + c)

(E) (a + b)(b + c)
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Carcass, please replace h with b in the question. I did in my post.

Take 1<2<3 as a<b<c sub these values in A to E then only C,D and E satisfy.

Now take 2<3<4, sub these values in C,D and E, only E satisfies.
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