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Jane started baby-sitting when she was 18 years old. Whenever she baby-sat
for a child, that child was no more than half her age at the time. Jane is currently
32 years old, and she stopped baby-sitting 10 years ago. What is the
current age of the oldest person for whom Jane could have baby-sat?

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Current age of oldest child for whom Jane baby sat = Child for whom she baby-sat when she was 18 = 9 + 14 = 23

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Jane 18 22 32

Babies <=9

oldest baby = 9 year old baby that she could have baby sat when she was 18.

oldest baby's current age = 9+14 (as its been 14 years since she sat that baby) = 23
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