Problem 1 :
In 8 years Jamie will be three times as old as she is now. How old is she now?
Problem 2 :
Mattie is twice as old as Pat. Jon is twice as old as Mattie. In 4 years the sum of their ages will be 61. How old is each person?
Problem 3 :
The difference between Jon’s age and Sue’s age is 18 years. If Jon is six years more than five times Sue’s age, how old is each person?
Problem 4 :
The Smith family has a set of triplets and a set of twins. If the triplets are four years younger than the twins, and the sum of their ages is 68, how old are the triplets?
Problem 5 :
Jamie is 3 years less than three times Jessie’s age. In five years the sum of their ages will be 59. How old are they now?
Problem 6 :
In five years the sum of Don’s and Dan’s ages will be 34. Don’s age now is 8 years less than three times Dan’s age. How old is Don?
Problem 7 :
The total of the ages of three students is 38. If the youngest student is 7 years younger than the oldest student, and the middle student is 4 years older than the youngest student, how old is each student?
Problem 8 :
A man is 35 years old, and his son is 7 years old. In how many years will the father be 3 times as old as his son will be then?
Problem 9 :
Jan has 6 more dimes than quarters. If the value of the dimes is the same as the value of the quarters, how many dimes and quarters does Jan have?
Problem 10 :
I have 7 more nickels than dimes. If the value of the nickels and dimes is the same, how many of each coin do I have?
Problem 11 :
Alex broke open his piggy bank. He had 30 more dimes than nickels and 8 more quarters than nickels. The value of the quarters is exactly the same as the value of the sum of the dimes and nickels. How many of each coin does Alex have?
1) 4 years
2) Pat's age = 7 years, Mattie's age = 14 years, Jon's age = 28 years
3) Sue's age = 3 years, Jon's age = 21 years
4) 12 years
5) Jessie's age = 13 years, Jamie's age = 36 years
6) Dan's age = 8 years, Don's age = 16 years
7) youngest student is 9 years
the oldest student = 16 years old
the middle student = 13 years old.
8) 7 years
9) quarter = 4, Dimes = 10
10) Number of dimes = 7, Number of nickels = 14
11) 10 nickels, 40 dimes and 18 quarters.
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