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Kamla got married $6$ years ago. Today her age is $1\dfrac{1}{4}$ times of her age at the time of marriage. Her son’s age is $\dfrac{1}{10}$ times of her age. Her son’s age is :

  1. $2$ years
  2. $3$ years
  3. $4$ years
  4. $5$ years
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Let kamla age at marriage be x

So, today age= x+6= 5x/4

6=x/4

x= 24

Her Present age = 24+6=30 years

Son's age= 1*30/10=3 years.
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