## Pairs of consecutive odd natural numbers

Find all pairs of consecutive odd natural numbers, both of which are larger than 20, such that their sum is less than 60.

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## Find this number

Three times the square of a natural number is 675. Find this number. Math practice

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A natural number is greater than the other by 5. Sum of their square is 73. Which are these numbers?

## Find those numbers.

A natural number is greater than the other by 5. Sum of their square is 73. Which are these numbers?

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