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I need help with Algebra 2 questions PLEASE HELP!?

If x+3 is an even integer, which of the following must be an even integer?

x+4

x+1

2x-1

x+6

(x+2)/2

POINT VALUE: 2.0 points

If "m" mangoes sell for 5 cents each, what is the cost of "p" mangoes sold at the same rate?

5m

5p

5m/p

p/(5m)

(5p)/m

POINT VALUE: 2.0 points

Sam can run "m" miles per minute. How far can he run in twenty (20) minutes?

m/20

20/m

40m

20m

10m

POINT VALUE: 2.0 points

A train can travel 1200 miles in "h" hours. How many miles can it travel in "s" hours?

1200 s/h

1200 hs

s/(1200h)

(1200h)/s

(sh)/100

POINT VALUE: 2.0 points

Three years ago Bob was twice as old as Adam will be four years from now. Adam is "a" years old now. What is Bob's age in terms of Adam's age?

2a+8

2a+6

2a+7

2a+11

a+4

POINT VALUE: 2.0 points

If it takes "p" pounds of fertilizer to grow "r" rosebushes, how many pounds of fertilizer are needed for "m" rosebushes?

(rm)/p

m/(pr)

(pr)/m

r/(pm)

(pm)/r

POINT VALUE: 2.0 points

If Sam is "s" years old and Bill is three years older than Sam, how old will Bill be four years from now in terms of Sam's age now?

s+3

s-3

s+4

s+6

s+7

POINT VALUE: 2.0 points

Five books cost "d" dollars. How much money in cents will 7 books cost?

7d

700d

(7d)/5

(100d)/5

(700d)/5

POINT VALUE: 2.0 points

A basketball team played a total of 13 games and lost "L" games. They won five times as many games as they lost. One game was a tie. How many games did the team lose?

13/(6L)

13

13+1/(5L)

2

5L

POINT VALUE: 2.0 points

The number "p" is 4 more than 3 times the number "r". The sum of "p" and "r" is 10. Which of the following pairs of equations could be used to find the values of "p" and "r"?

p=3r+4 and p+r=10

p=3r+4 and pr=10

p=3(r+4) and p+r=10

p+4=3r and p+r=10

p+4=3r and pr+10

POINT VALUE: 2.0 points

Answers

It took a while, but here's what I got. I just posted the answers b/c it's late. Let me know if you're interested in details....I guess I can posted some of them next time.

1. x+1

2. 5p

3. 20m

4. 1200 s/h

5. 2a+11

6. m/(pr)

7. s+7

8. (7d)/5

9. 2

10. p=3r+4 and p+r=10

#1

i have to agree...couldn't even read through it all

#2

too many questions to do in one shot.

#3

you should split up your questions

#4