Again, I can solve it. I just need help turning it into an equation lolol
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Let s=son's age. Mother's age, m=2s+4.

m+s=50=2s+4+s, so 3s+4=50, 3s=46, s=46/3=15 yr 4 mth.

Mother's age=34 yr 8 mth.
answered Sep 28, 2017 by Rod Top Rated User (592,760 points)

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