# Consecutive numbers

Question asked by: hayzer091

Asked on: 30 Jan 2009

Consecutive numbers are those that follow one another.

Therefore 2, 3, 4 is a list of consecutive numbers as 3 is the next integer after 2 (it is consecutive).

In contrast, 34, 151, 23 would not count as consecutive because they are not in order.

By: knowitall

Replied at: 09 Feb 2009

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