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Eight years ago, Poorvi’s age was equal to the sum of the present ages of her one son and one daughter. Five years hence, the respective ratio between the ages of her daughter and her son that time will be 7:6. If Poorvi’s husband 7 years elder to her and his present age is three times the present age of their son, what is the present age of the daughter? 

(a)

15 yrs.

(b)

23 yrs.

(c)

19 yrs.

(d)

27 yrs.


Question ID - 54464 | Toppr Answer

Eight years ago, Poorvi’s age was equal to the sum of the present ages of her one son and one daughter. Five years hence, the respective ratio between the ages of her daughter and her son that time will be 7:6. If Poorvi’s husband 7 years elder to her and his present age is three times the present age of their son, what is the present age of the daughter? 

(a)

15 yrs.

(b)

23 yrs.

(c)

19 yrs.

(d)

27 yrs.

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Answer Key : (b) -

Let the age of the son and the daughter of Poorvi be  yrs. and  respectively.

5 yrs. hence, present age of son =   and

present age of daughter =  

8 yrs. ago, the age of Poorvi =

So, present age of Poorvi =

Since, present age of Poorvi husband =

The difference of present age of Poorvi husband and Poorvi = 7 (given)

The present age of daughter =  yrs.



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