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Larry is 5 years older than Moe, and curly is twice as old as Larry. If the sum of their ages is 95, how old is Larry?

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New post 01 Jan 2014, 09:56
Please try to present it as if it was a question.

Add up some numbers

A) 56
B) 89
C) 26
D) 21
E) 25

Answer is 25 ==> L=5+M and C=2L and C+M+L=92 ==> 4L=100 ==> L=25

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Larry is 5 years older than Moe, and curly is twice as old as Larry. If the sum of their ages is 95, how old is Larry?

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