**Logic Statement Riddle - 13 July**

Is the statement valid that it does not matter how much older a sibling is, eventually the younger one will be half as old as the older one ?

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Is the statement valid that it does not matter how much older a sibling is, eventually the younger one will be half as old as the older one ?

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No, not always, this may be true only once and if the siblings die after the first "few"years.

ReplyDeleteE.g. Older one is 1 years old and younger is born . After an year.

Older one becomes 2 years of age and younger is half (ie 1 year)

But later this rule is violated.