April, May, June
Of three sisters named April, May, and June, none is yet twenty-one. April is now as old as June was four-teen years ago, and two-thirds of May’s age. May, on the other hand, will be June’s age when May is twice as old as she is now plus two years. Three years ago, May was as old as April is now. How old are April, May, and June?
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April is six, May is nine, and June is twenty.
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