# Week 9 Review: Practice Exercises and Problems

After learning **how to solve age problems,** let’s have some exercises.

Exercises

1.) Leah is 3 years older than Lanie. The sum of their ages is 29. What are their ages?

2.) Nico is 3 times as old as Jimmy. The sum of their ages is 48. How old are they?

3.) Mia’s age is 1 more than twice Lito’s age. The sum of their ages is 25. How old are they?

4.) Alfred’s thrice as old as Fely. The difference between their ages is 16. How old are they?

Problems

1.) Gina is 5 years older than Liezel. In 5 years, the sum of their ages will be 39. What are their ages?

2.) Alex is 7 years older than Ben. Three years ago, the sum of their ages was 29. What are their ages?

3.) Yna is 18 years older than Karl. In 8 years, she will be as twice as old as Karl. What are their ages?

4.) Peter’s age is thrice Amaya’s age. In 5 years, his age will be twice Amaya’s age. How old is Peter?

5.) Martin is thrice as old as Kaye. If 7 is subtracted from Martin’s age and 5 is added to Kaye’s age, then the sum of their ages is 34. What are their ages?

6.) James is 9 years older than Kevin. Two years ago, his age was twice that of Kevin’s age. How old is James?

7.) Mark is twice as old as Lorie. Rey is 6 years younger than Mark. Three years ago, the average of the ages of the three of them is 20. What are their present ages?

8.) Sam is thrice as old as Vina. Rio is half as old as Vina. The sum of their ages is 54. What are their ages?

9.) Four years from now, Tina’s age will be equal to Kris’ present age. Two years from now, Kris will be twice as old as Tina. What are their present ages?

In the next post, I am going to post the solutions to these problems.