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 All in the family (Posted on 2011-11-20)
Teenager A: I found an interesting relation between my age and the age of my father. Multiplying my age by the age of my father I get the same result if we use the correct ages or if both of us reverse the ages' digits prior to the multiplication.
Same happens if I do it with my grandfather's or even with my aged grand-grand father's ages.
B, A's brother: That applies to my age as well.
C, a friend: My age, too. But no grand-grandfather...
All the ages (A,B,C) are distinct.
What are they?

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 re: revised solution, for revised puzzle | Comment 13 of 17 |
(In reply to revised solution, for revised puzzle by Charlie)

Why teen+12?

Whats wrong with 11,22 or 33(no g-g-father). 11 & 22 CAN BE BROTHERS...

Edited on November 22, 2011, 9:30 am
 Posted by Ady TZIDON on 2011-11-22 02:38:47

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