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**Question 1:**

Martin is four times as old as his brother Luther at present. After 10 years he will be twice the age of his brother. Find their present ages.

(A) 10 years , 3 years (B) 5 years , 10 years

(C) 20 years , 15 years (D) 8 years , 4 years

**Question 2:**

A
father is 30 years older than his son,and one year ago he was four
times as old as his son. Find the present ages of his father and his
son.

(A) 11 years , 41 years (B) 5 years , 20 years

(C) 20 years , 65 years (D) 8 years , 44 years

**Question 3:**

The ages of Abraham and Adam are in the ratio 5:7. If Abraham was 9 years older and Adam 9 years younger, the age of Abraham would have been twice of Adam. Find the present ages of them.

(A) 12 years , 15 years (B) 8 years , 15 years

(C) 15 years , 21 years (D) 4 years , 14 years

**Question 4:**

Airi's mother is four times a old as Airi. After five years her mother will be three times as old as she will be then .What is their present ages.

(A) 10 years , 40 years (B) 8 years , 32 years

(C) 5 years , 20 years (D) 4 years , 16 years

**Question 5:**

The sum of the present ages of kiran and Kate is 60 years. If the ratio of their present ages be 7:8, find their present age.

(A) 28 years , 32 years (B) 30 years , 30 years

(C) 15 years , 45 years (D) 14 years , 46 years

**Question 6:**

Andrea is three times as old as her sister Anu. Three years ago, she was two years less than four times the age of her sister. Find their present ages.

(A) 30 years , 3 years (B) 54 years , 18 years

(C) 33 years , 11 years (D) 15 years , 5 years

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