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# George is twice as old as Mary, and Mary is three years older than Jua

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18 Feb 2019, 04:11
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George is twice as old as Mary, and Mary is three years older than Juan. If Juan is j years old, then, in terms of j, how old will George be in 10 years?

A. 2j − 4
B. 2j − 14
C. 2j + 13
D. 2j + 16
E. 2j + 26

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18 Feb 2019, 04:30
Bunuel wrote:
George is twice as old as Mary, and Mary is three years older than Juan. If Juan is j years old, then, in terms of j, how old will George be in 10 years?

A. 2j − 4
B. 2j − 14
C. 2j + 13
D. 2j + 16
E. 2j + 26

g=2m
m=j+3
g=2j+6
10 years
g+10 = 2j+16
IMO D
Re: George is twice as old as Mary, and Mary is three years older than Jua   [#permalink] 18 Feb 2019, 04:30
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