Am I doing this ideal op-amp problem correctly?

1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data

Consider the op-amp circuit at right: Assuming ideal op-amp behavior, compute v0 as a function of v1, v2, and v3

2. Relevant equations
Vp=Vn
Ip=In=0

3. The attempt at a solution
By voltage division:
Vp = 8/(8+8) V3
Vp = 1/2V3
Vn = 1/2V3

By node-voltage method at the inverting input terminal:
(Vn-V1)/4 + (Vn-V2)/4 + (Vn- V0)/8 = 0
Multiply equation by 8
2(Vn-V1) + 2(Vn-V2) + Vn-V0 = 0
V0 = Vn+2Vn-2V1+2Vn-2V2
V0 = 5Vn-2V1-2V2
Substitute in 1/2V3 for Vn

V0 = 5/2V3-2V1-2V2

Is this the correct answer? I’m pretty sure about the V1 and V2 part, because it matches the summing amplifier circuit equation of -(Rf/R1*V1+Rf/R2*V2). However, for V3, I don’t see how its resistor composition would yield an answer of 5/2. Could someone clarify?

Thanks

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