# Three consecutive odd integers add up to 129. What are the numbers?

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Let ( x ) represent the first odd integer. Then the next two consecutive odd integers are ( x + 2 ) and ( x + 4 ). The sum of these three consecutive odd integers is ( x + (x + 2) + (x + 4) = 3x + 6 ). Given that the sum is 129, we can write the equation as ( 3x + 6 = 129 ). Solving for ( x ), we get ( x = 41 ). So, the three consecutive odd integers are 41, 43, and 45.

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