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Ages of brothers

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Two of the ages of three brothers together equal the third age.

Some years later, the sum of two of the three ages is double the remaining age.

One of the brothers is coming to age today.

The number of years since the first occasion is currently two-thirds of the sum of their ages at the time of the first occurrence.

What ages do the other two  brothers have today?

 

 

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