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Solve this system of equations for *x* and *y*. No calculator. One relaxed minute should do.

\[\begin{array}{c} \color{blue} { \eqalign{ & \frac{1}{x} + \frac{1}{y} = 1 \cr & \frac{3}{x} \,\, – \, \frac{2}{y} = 8 \cr} } \end{array}\]

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The following problem is tricky – take your time, think carefully.

*Question: A father is three times as old as his son was at the time when the man was twice as old as his son will be in two years. What are the current ages of the father and son if the sum of their ages now is 55 years.*

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