# Problems on Ages and Relations : Quantitative Aptitude

• Father is aged four times more than his daughter Priya. After 6 years, he would be three and half times

of Priya’s age. After further 9 years, how many times would he be of priya’s age?

 A.) 2times B.) 2 1/5times C.) 2 3/5times D.) 3times

• The sum of ages of 4 children born at the intervals of 4 years each is 60 years. What is the age of

youngest child?

 A.) 12years B.) 9years< C.) 10years D.) 7years

• Ten years ago A was half of B in age. If the ratio of their present age is 6:4, What will be the total of

their present ages?

 A.) 8years B.) 20years C.) 35years D.) 50years

• Three years ago, the average age of a family of 5 members was 17 years. Inspite of the birth of a Child

in the family, the present average of the family remains the same. The present age of a child is

 A.) 3years B.) 1years C.) 2years D.) 1.5years

• Four years ago the ratio between mahatma and savanna‘s age was 4:3. After one year the ratio of

their ages will be 5:4. What is the sum of their present ages in years?

 A.) 43years B.) 36years C.) 44years D.) 45years

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