Originally Answered: Word Problems .Algebra?
You have to learn how to translate English into "Mathese". The word :"product" (and often just the word "of") means multiplication. Any form of the verb "to be" (such as is, was, were, be, being, been, and so on) generally means an equals sign.
In your case:
1) Let x and y be the numbers. (I'm assuming that the second time the number is mentioned, you mean it to be a different number).
The product of (multiplication) three more (addition) than a numbers times two less (subtraction) than another number is (equals) fourteen.
(x + 3)(y - 2) = 14
2) Let x be one integer. If they are consecutive odd integers, then they differ by 2, so the other would be x + 2.
The sum (addition) of the squares (obvious) of two consecutive odd positive integers is (equals) 202.
x^2 + (x + 2)^2 = 202
That should give you enough to get the last one.