Can four consecutive integers add up to a perfect cube?

Yes
No

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If the smallest integer is $n$ then the sum of the integers is $4n+6$ and $4n+6 \equiv 2 \mod 4$ , but all perfect cubes are $0,1$ or $3 \pmod{4}$ . So The sum of 4 consecutive integers cannot be a perfect cube.