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### Question 1

2 years back the ratio of ages of X and Y was $1{1/20}$. The ratio of their ages 4 years from now would be $1{1/26}$. What is the present age of X?

**A**

23 years.

**B**

24 years.

**C**

22 years.

**D**

25 years.

**Soln.**

**Ans: a**

Let their present ages be x and y. Then ${x - 2}/{y - 2} = $ ${21/20}$, which is same as: $1{1/20}$. Similarly, ${x + 4}/{y + 4} = $ ${27/26}$, which is same as: $1{1/26}$. Solving these equations for x and y, we get y = 22, and x = 23 years as the answer.

### Question 2

5 years back the ratio of ages of X and Y was 1. The ratio of their ages 2 years from now would be 1. What is the present age of X?

### Question 3

The ages of two friends are in the ratio 3:5. What is the age of the younger friend if the sum of their ages is 24 years?

### Question 4

After 5 years from today the ages of three friends will be in an AP(arithmetic progression), and their sum would be 72. What is the age of the middle friend today?

### Question 5

Mr. X became a voter at the age of 18. He got married at the age of 32. What was his average age during these two points of his life?

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Updated on 2019-08-18.