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A mother is twice as old as her daughter. How old is the daughter if the mother is 64 years old?
in Grade 7 Maths by Diamond (50,514 points) | 77 views

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Let x be mother's age

Let y be daughter's age

Therefore x=2y

                  64=2y

                 y=32 years old for daughter
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