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# The sum of father

Answer :

Suppose father’s age(in years) be x and that son’s age be y.

Then,

…(I)

…(II)

Multiply Eq.I by 2 and equate

Substituting y=15 in Eq.II

∴ Son’s age is 15 years, father’s age is 40 years.

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