Posted by **MarKo** on Tuesday, November 8, 2011 at 1:19pm.

can youcheck these

write a 2 step equation:

half a dollar minus five dollars equals fifteen dollars:

n/2 -5 = 15

five hours more than one half of an hour equals fifteen hours:

n/2 + 5 = 15

two less than three times the number of feet of fencing required equals twelve feet: 3n -2 = 12

eight less than the quotient of daves gold score and 4 equals negative five

i got: s/4 -8 = -5

three times gails age increased by 2 years equals twelve years

i got: 3n +2 = 12

eight fewer than 4 times the elevation of a city equals negative five

4e - 8 = -5

can you check these? thank you

- Algebra -- Ms. Sue can you help -
**Ms. Sue**, Tuesday, November 8, 2011 at 1:42pm
I don't understand your first two problems.

The next is right.

(s/4)- 8 = -5

The last is also right.

- Algebra -- Mrs Sue can you help -
**MarKo**, Tuesday, November 8, 2011 at 1:59pm
1)write a 2 step equation:

1) half a dollar minus five dollars equals fifteen dollars:

n/2 -5 = 15

no im not sure on this one

2) five hours more than one half of an hour equals fifteen hours:

n/2 + 5 = 15

so n = 20

20/2 is 10 + 5 = 15

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