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The GMAt Practice Test- Math - Problem on Ages has been designed to test the important concepts and skills related to ages. The test covers important topics like determining someone's age, computing present age or calculating age hence a few years etc.
1. The ages of Pree and Anee are in the ratio of 2:3 respectively. If twice the age of Pree and one-third the age of Anee are in the ratio 4:1. Compute Anee's present age.
a.12 years
b.14 years
c.10 years
d.Cannot be determined
2. Ten years ago, a father was four times as old as his son and ten years hence, the father will be twice as old as son. Find the sum of the present ages of the son and the father.
a.50 years
b.55 years
c.60 yeras
d.70 years
3. The ratio of present ages of son and his father is 1:3 respectively. If 12 years hence, the ratio of their ages will be 1:2 respectively. Find the present age of the father.
a.30 years
b.36 years
c.24 years
d.48 years
4. The total age of P and Q is 10 years more than the total age of Q and R. Which of the following is correct?
a.Q is the youngest.
b.R is the eldest
c.P is 10 years elder than R
d.Q is elder than P
5. The sum of the ages of a father and his son is 50. Ten years ago, the product of their ages was 56. Compute the present ages of son and father respectively.
a.12 and 38
b.38 and 12
c.34 and 16
d.16 and 34
6. The sum of the ages of 4 children born at the intervals of 2 years each, is 47 years. Find the age of the eldest child?
a.13 years.
b.13 years
c.15 years
d.15 years
7. Ali is 1/4th of Anil's age. Anil's age will be thrice of Krish's age, after 8 years. If Krish's 11th birday was celebrated a year ago, then what is Ali's present age?
a.5 years
b.6 years
c.7 years
d.8 years
8. X bought a bike 10 years ago. His present age is 5/3 times his age at the time of his buying the bike. X's sister was 8 years younger to him when he bought the bike. Determine the X's sister's present age.
a.7 years
b.17 years
c.13 years
d.11 years
9. Annie's grandfather was 19 times older to her, eight years ago. If presently she is 10 years more than five times her grandfather's age. Determine the Annie's present age: Annie's Grandfather's present age.
a.1:5
b.11:65
c.3:5
d.3:11
10. Cee is thrice as old as Tee, and Tee is thrice as old as Mee. If sum of their ages is 26, compute Cee's age.
a.18 years
b.2 years
c.6 years
d.12 years
11. Johnathan and Kelly had their ages in the ratio of 4:5, five years ago. And 5 years hence, their ages will be in the ratio 13:15. Compute Kelly's present age.
a.20 years
b.16 years
c.21 years
d.25 years
12. The product of ages of son and mother is 720. and their ages are in the ratio 5:16. Find the son's age.
a.15 years
b.48 years
c.22 years
d.12 years
13. If the ratio of ages of Lee and Tee will be 5:9 after few years and their present ages are 12 and 24 respectively. Compute after how many years, their ages will be in the ratio 5:9.
a.27 years
b.3 years
c.21 years
d.13 years
14. The ratio of present ages of Jack and Jill is 5:7, respectively. If the difference between Jill's present age and Jack's age after 6 years is 2, what is the sum of their present ages?
a.45 years
b.48 years
c.49 years
d.43 years
15. the ratio of ages of A and B ten years before was 3:5 . the ratio of their present ages is 2: 3 .their present ages are respectively
a.25,35
b.20,30
c.40,60
d.16,24
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