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We are talking about sum total to be 13 and the product of the total should be 72. if either of the constraint is not there.. then, there are n number of solutions.. and all the above mentioned...

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hi, in the information provided by the farmer, he hasn't mentioned that any of his daughters are twins, that gives a hint that the ages should differ from one another. hence, this was the possible...
3. ## Thread: How old is Chris now?

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### Re: How old is Chris now?

Suresh,
i guess you have misinterpreted that sentence.. i will make it little easier for you.
"Pat is twice as old as Chris was" => Pat(now)= (24/2)= chris(some years before).. This sentence is...
4. ## Thread: How old is Chris now?

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### Re: How old is Chris now?

Pat(now) = 24
24 = 2 * chris(some years before ) ' Pat is twice as old as Chris was
chris(some years before ) = 12
Chris(now) = 12 + x ' x years Later...
5. ## Thread: How old is Chris now?

by deepak_p
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### Re: How old is Chris now?

I guess, i solved the problem.. chris is 18 years old..
6. ## Thread: How old is Chris now?

by deepak_p
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### Re: How old is Chris now?

When Pat was 16 Chris was 8..i.e., twice the age as chris.. and after 8 years now chris is 16 and Pat is 24..

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