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A father is thirty years older than his son when one fifth of the fathers age is added to one third of the son age the result is fourteen find the son age?

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Deborah Edwards on October 18, 2019

f = s + 30 f/5 + s/3 = 14 or 3p + 5s = 210 3 x (s + 30) + 5s = 210 ie 3s + 90 +5 = 210 ie 8 = 120 s = 15 Check: the Father of 45 years, son 15, 45/5 = 9, 15/3 = 5, 9 + 5 = 14 QED


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