( I've made this one up using my and my daughter's real age; now you'll know how old civonamzuk is.)

civonamzuk
May 6, 2015

#3**+13 **

@CPhill:/ Yes, you are correct! You would be even more correct if I wrote down the month of our birth.

@Anonymous:/ In my case, those years are gone with the wind...

civonamzuk
May 6, 2015

#2**+13 **

Let y be the years between the time you were 48 and the time when you will be three times as old as your daughter ... (2021).....so we have

48 + y = 3(y + 2)

48 + y = 3y + 6

42 = 2y

y= 21

So you will be 69 in 2021.....so you're 6 years younger now = 63

Check....

Your daughter will be 23 in 2021.....so she was born in 1998

When she was 2 (in 2000), you were 15 years younger than you are now....so 63 - 15 = 48....and this was 24 times her age in 2000....!!!!

Am I correct????

CPhill
May 6, 2015

#3**+13 **

Best Answer

@CPhill:/ Yes, you are correct! You would be even more correct if I wrote down the month of our birth.

@Anonymous:/ In my case, those years are gone with the wind...

civonamzuk
May 6, 2015

#4**+8 **

oh... Its 32 i think... do we need an explanation? cuz im too lazy. well, the anwser is 32. 32=32 lol

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May 6, 2015