Algebra
posted by Tamir .
Hello, can someone check my answers to the following Algebra questions
1. (2y)(2)=
My answer  2 * 2 = 0
Translate 2 and 3 into an euation
2. Four less than the quotient of x divided by 2 is 8.
My answer  (x * 2) 4 = 8
3. The sum of two consecutive integers is 35.
My answer  n+(n+1)=35
Thanks in advance, and have a happy new year.

Algebra 
drwls
Thanks for showing your work. All of your answers are wrong. This will show you where you made your mistakes.
1. (2y)(2)= 4y
2. (x/2) 4 = 8
(x/2) = 12
x = 24
Solve for x
3. n + (n+1) = 2n +1 = 35
2n = 34
You have not answered the question until you say what number n is equal to. 
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jack
15=2(9+4)+3

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the sum of 1/4 of an integer, 1/5 of the next integer, and 1/2 of the following integer.
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