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Fathers and Sons (Posted on 2003-06-11) Difficulty: 3 of 5
Father A is twice the age of the difference in years of the ages of Father B and Son A, who is one and a half times older than Son B.

Father B is currently twice the age of Son A is going to be when Son B will be double the age he is now.

All of the ages are multiples of five.

How old is Father A?

See The Solution Submitted by Lewis    
Rating: 3.5000 (6 votes)

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  Subject Author Date
SolutionPuzzle SolutionK Sengupta2008-05-14 15:57:51
Some Thoughtsre(2): Most realistic solutionDej Mar2008-03-28 09:58:57
AnswerK Sengupta2008-03-28 04:50:41
SolutionSolutionCharleyA.2007-01-25 20:49:40
re: Most realistic solutionLawrence2003-08-24 14:29:44
SolutionAlgebraic Solutionmathemagician2003-07-05 01:34:59
No Subjectmathemagician2003-07-05 01:13:39
one of many solutionscalla tah-n2003-06-13 21:25:19
re:Lewis2003-06-12 07:44:10
No SubjectAhmed2003-06-12 05:04:15
re: Too easyshaun2003-06-12 04:13:52
Too easyAhmed2003-06-12 03:58:40
re: Most realistic solutionLewis2003-06-11 10:33:20
SolutionMost realistic solutionBryan2003-06-11 08:13:52
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