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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?

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Answer | Comment 12 of 14 |

The respective ages (in years) of Son A, Father A, Son B and Father B are 15, 70, 10 and 50.


  Posted by K Sengupta on 2008-03-28 04:50:41
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