Each Friday morning I post a riddle to get you to think outside the box and exercise your brain. If you are stumped, share it with a friend or colleague and see if you can figure out the answer together.

**This week’s brain teaser: **I am four times as old as my daughter. In 20 years time I shall be twice as old as her. How old are we now?

Leave your best guess below as a comment, and I’ll approve the answers later. This is a tough one so don’t get discouraged!

**Like riddles? Check out past week’s brain teasers.**

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Math, eeeewwwww! I don’t have enough fingers and toes, or patience for that matter 😉

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LOLZ

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Parent is 40, Daughter is 10

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She’s 10, he’s 40

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i am 40 and she is 10

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She’s 10, so you’re 40; in 20 years she will be 30 and you will be 60

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A = 4D

A+20 = 2(D+20)

So, A = 40 and D = 10 !

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daughter is 10 years old and parent is 40 years old

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You’re 40, daughter 10

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I think I’m 40 and my daughter is 10.

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10 years old

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She’s 10, I’m 40.

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10 and 40

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Parent 40, Child 10

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40/10

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She’s 10 and I’m 40 now.

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Mom is 40 – daughter 10

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