Sam is 5 years old. His older brother, Tom, is three times as old as Sam. When Sam is 20, how old will Tom be?

• Sam is 5 years old. His older brother, Tom, is three times as old as Sam. When Sam is 20, how old will Tom be?

Answer #1 | 30/12 2014 03:14
Are you serious? He'll be 30
Positive: 58.823529411765 %
Answer #2 | 29/12 2014 19:12
30
Positive: 56.25 %
Answer #3 | 30/12 2014 03:42
S is 5, T is 15, a difference of 10 years. So when S is 20, T is 30.
Positive: 52.941176470588 %
Answer #4 | 29/12 2014 19:14
Are you serious? He'll be 30
Positive: 52.941176470588 %
Answer #5 | 30/12 2014 03:59
When Sam is 20, Tom is 30. When Sam is 5, Tom is three times as old as Sam, so Tom is 15, Tom is 10 older than Sam. Then When Sam is 20, Tom is 30.
Positive: 53.333333333333 %
Answer #6 | 29/12 2014 19:42
S is 5, T is 15, a difference of 10 years. So when S is 20, T is 30.
Positive: 53.333333333333 %
Answer #7 | 29/12 2014 21:01
Sam = 5 Tom = 15 Tom is three times as old as Sam Sm = 20 3times 20 = 60
Positive: 53.333333333333 %
Answer #8 | 15/09 2016 17:55
60
Positive: 50 %
Answer #9 | 30/12 2014 03:12
30
Positive: 50 %
Answer #10 | 29/12 2014 19:59
When Sam is 20, Tom is 30. When Sam is 5, Tom is three times as old as Sam, so Tom is 15, Tom is 10 older than Sam. Then When Sam is 20, Tom is 30.
Positive: 47.058823529412 %
Answer #11 | 16/09 2016 00:55
60
Positive: 46.666666666667 %
Anonymous260098 | 18/08 2017 00:36
Sam is 5 years old. His older brother, is three times as old as Sam. When Sam is 20, how old will Sam be?
Positive: 46.666666666667 %
Answer #13 | 30/12 2014 05:01
Sam = 5 Tom = 15 Tom is three times as old as Sam Sm = 20 3times 20 = 60
Positive: 46.666666666667 %