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Find two consecutive even integers such that the sum of the larger and twice the smaller is 62. PLEASE HELP I DON'T GET IT!/:

  • algebra -

    let n = smaller, then since they are "consecutive even integers", n + 2 = larger.

    (n + 2) + 2n = 62

    Solve for n.

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    n=20

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