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The average of present ages of father, mother and son is 45. 15 years

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The average of present ages of father, mother and son is 45. 15 years from now, the age of the mother will be equal to the sum of present ages of the father and the son. Find the present age of mother?
a) 45 years
b) 50 years
c) 60 years
d) 65 years

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The average of present ages of father, mother and son is 45. 15 years from now, the age of the mother will be equal to the sum of present ages of the father and the son. Find the present age of mother?
a) 45 years
b) 50 years
c) 60 years
d) 65 years


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