Consecutive Integers Word Problems Worksheets
How to Solve Word Problems with Consecutive Integers  Are you stuck with math once again, and are you confused and nervous? And are word problems bugging you again? Word problems are, for sure, one of the trickiest parts of math. Just looking at the huge questions gives you goosebumps, isnâ€™t that right! And the most challenging part, where you have to figure out the words from English and convert them to mathematical equations, yikes! Okay, here is the deal. It is not that difficult, really. All it requires is a little skill, concentration, attention, and organization. If you are confused about how you can approach Pythagorean theorem word problems, there is no need to worry. Here is what you need to do: Take a look at the question. Now, read it carefully, entirely. Ensure that you read the question with full concentration and do not begin solving the question without reading it thoroughly, and especially not halfway. Read the question at least twice so that you know how you can start. Next, begin writing and organizing the values and numbers given to you in the question. Spot to see if the numbers are consecutive integers. Take one last look thoroughly and then solve!

Basic Lesson
Demonstrates how to outline consecutive integer word problems. Example: Three consecutive integers have a sum of 27. What are the three integers?
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Intermediate Lesson
Uses slightly larger sentences and numbers than the basic lesson. Example: The sum of two consecutive odd integers is 32. What are the integers? Let variable x be positive, so that the answer does not come out wrong.
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Independent Practice 1
Contains a series of 20 consecutive integer word problems. The answers can be found below. Example: The sum of two consecutive integers is 59. What are the two integers?
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Independent Practice 2
Features 20 word problems. Example: Two negative consecutive integers have a sum of 43. What are the integers?
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Homework Worksheet
10 word problems for students to work on at home. An example problem is provided and explained. Example: Two consecutive even integers have a sum of 18. What are the two integers?
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Skill Quiz
10 consecutive integer word problems. A math scoring matrix is included. Example: Two negative consecutive integers have a sum of 17. What are the integers?
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1 to 100....
Add each number between one and one hundred together
 what do you come up with?
The sum is 5050.