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### Question 1

The ages of three friends are in the ratio 2:3:17. What is the age of the youngest friend if the sum of their ages 3 years back was 35 years?

### Question 2

P is 13 years older than Q, and Q's age is 7 times the age of R. If the sum of their ages today is 88, then what is the age of Q?

### Question 3

The ratio of ages of P and Q today is ${14/47}$. After 6 years, their ages will be in the ratio ${5/16}$. What is the age of P today?

### Question 4

The ages of two friends are 9 and 16 years respectively. They are looking for a special third friend whose age is in-between their ages. What should be the age of the third friend if the ages of all three have to be in a GP(geometric progression)?

### Question 5

P is 13 years older than Q, and Q's age is 6 times the age of R. If the sum of their ages today is 117, then what is the age of Q?

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Updated on 2017-05-17.