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right now mum is 21 years older then her child. in 6 years her child will be 5 times younger than she.

Q: where is daddy?

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since there is a 21 year difference...

for mom to be twice as old:

21*2 = 42

child is 21 and mom is 42

for mom to be three times as old:

21*1.5=31.5

child is 10.5, mom is 31.5

four time as old:

21*1.333333* = 28

child is 7, mom is 28

five times as old:

21*1.25 = 26.25

child is 5.25, mother is 26.25

But we have to subtract 6 years now

CHILD IS -.75 years old (so approx 2.25 months in the womb so far) and MOM is 20.25 years old

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The child being -.75 means it has just been conceived, however conception doesn't usually occour at the moment of copulation so it is unlikely for daddy to be still in union with mum.

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maybe, daddy is beside her.......or.....even ....on top of her...

:D

not to mean dirty jokes or anything else....just taking in consideration that it might be possible as well for the situation....^-^

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the riddle is invalid:

the child asks for the location of his father yet the child is not born

Q: where is daddy?

only a child would call the father daddy (unless a sibling is asking)

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