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Age Ascertainment IV (Posted on 2013-09-18) Difficulty: 3 of 5
  1. Alice is as old as Bob will be when Alice is twice the age that Bob was when Alice’s age was half the sum of their present ages.
  2. The sum of the digits of Alice’s current age and the sum of the digits of Bob’s current age are equal.
If I told you if the difference between the digits in one of their ages is 3 or not - you will be able to tell me their ages.

What are the current ages of Alice and Bob, given that each of their ages is less than 100?

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Some Thoughtsre: solution??Ady TZIDON2013-09-18 13:27:18
Solutionsolution??Charlie2013-09-18 12:30:43
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