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The ages of Ambrose, Brandon and Chester can be related to the diagram above so that when just one digit is written in each box:
- A across is Ambrose's age in years.
- A down is the sum of Ambrose's and Brandon's age in years.
- B across is the sum of Ambrose's age, Brandon's age and Chester's age
- Two of Ambrose, Brandon and Chester are the same age in years.
Who is a different age in years from the other two?
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by Ady TZIDON)
If A=B=10, for example, then A+B would be 20 (that is, Ambrose and Brandon). But Ambrose (A across) is supposed to start with the same digit as Ambrose+Brandon (A down).
Posted by Charlie
on 2013-02-01 14:14:39