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When I was 18 , my sister was a third of my age. Now my sister is 64, how old am I?
in Grade 9 Maths by Diamond (49,543 points) | 6 views

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18 * 1/3 = 6 Which means the sister is 6 years old.

And the age difference between the person and the sister is 18-6 = 12 years.

If the sister is 64, then 64+12 = 76, is the persons age now.
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