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Malaba is four times the age of his daughter. If after 5 years, he would be three times of daughter's age, then further after 5 years, how many times he would be of his daughter's age?

A. $1.5$ times
B. $2$ times
C. $2.5$ times
D. $3$ times
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Answer:

C

Explanation:
Let the daughter's age be $x$ and father's age be $4 x$.
So as per question, $4 x+5=3(x+5) .$ So $x=10$.
Hence present age of daughter is 10 years and present age of father is 40 years.
So after $5+5=10$ years, daughter age would be 20 years and father's age would be 50 years.
Hence father would be $50 / 20=2.5$ times of daughter's age.

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