## When my father was 31 I was 8 today my father is twice my age how old am I?

**31**–**8**=23 so there is a 23 year difference between you 2 so if you where 23 he **would** be **twice** your **age** at 46. Your **father** is **31** – **8** = 23 years older than you.

## When Tom’s father was 31 years old Tom was 8 years old now his father is twice Tom’s age How old is Tom now?

Friends….!. When **Tom father was 31 years old**, then **Tom was 8 year old**. It means **Tom father** is 23 **years** older than him. So after 15 **years**, **Tom** will be **8** + 15 = 23 **years**.

## How old is the father riddle?

This is reasonable, and it is the answer. The father is **41 years old**.

## How do you solve age problems?

**Steps to Solve Age Word Problems**

- Express what we don’t know as a variable.
- Create an equation based on the information provided.
**Solve**for the unknown variable.- Substitute our answer back into the equation to see if the left side of the equation equals the right side of the equation.

## When you add up the age of the father and the son the total is 66 years the age from the father is the opposite number to that of his son how old are the father and the son find all three possible outcomes?

Originally Answered: The **ages** of **a father** and **son add up** to **66**. The **father’s age** is the **son’s age** reversed. How **old** could **they** be? 42 and 24.

## What is twice as old?

“**twice as old** as” means we will be multiplying by 2. “her cousin” – we need a new variable C to represent her cousin’s age. “was three years ago” – 3 years ago means we will have to subtract 3.

## How do you solve Father Son age problems?

The **age** of the **father** six years ago = (60 – x) – 6 years = 54 – x years. Hence, we have x = 14 years. Thus the **son’s age** after 6 years = (x+ 6) = (14 + 6) = 20 years. Hence the correct option is C) 20 years.

## How do you calculate age difference in math?

The trick works like this: Take the current date in the format yyyymmdd and subtract it with your date of birth taken in the same format. Drop the last four digits to get your **age**.