Today, I am posting a very interesting problem. Waiting for your responses...
Two women Mrs. X and Mrs. Y met each other in a park.
Mrs. X : ‘‘Hi, how are you? How are your children? You have three children if I remember correctly. But how old are they now?’’
Mrs. Y : ‘‘Yes, I have three children. The product of their ages is equal to 36. The sum of their ages is equal to number of chairs lying in a park.’’
Mrs. X counted the number of chairs, thought for a while and said, ‘‘ I still can’t figure out the ages of your children.’’
Mrs. Y : ‘‘ My eldest son will definitely won math olympiad this year.’’
What are the ages of the three children?
(Assume whole number for ages)
Well, Here is the answer: