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anonymous
 5 years ago
A girl is now onefourth as old as her father, and in seven years, she will be onehalf as old as her father was twelve years ago. What are her and her father's present ages?
father's age = 20; daughter's age = 5
father's age = 52; daughter's age = 13
father's age = 76; daughter's age = 19
anonymous
 5 years ago
A girl is now onefourth as old as her father, and in seven years, she will be onehalf as old as her father was twelve years ago. What are her and her father's present ages? father's age = 20; daughter's age = 5 father's age = 52; daughter's age = 13 father's age = 76; daughter's age = 19

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anonymous
 5 years ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0so, if f is the father's age, and d the daughter's, d=f/4 and d+7=(f12)/2 then by substituting f/4 into the second equation, f/4+7=f/26 f/4=13 f=52 and we're done!
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