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Daughter's Ages Math Puzzle
A man asked his neighbor, "What are the ages of your three daughters?" The neighbor said, "The product of their ages is 72."
That didn't help the man know their ages, so he asked for another clue. "The sum of their ages equals my house number."
Looking at the house number did not help the man determine their ages. Finally, the neighbor said, "My oldest daughter does not like butterscotch."
With that information, the man knew the ages. What were they?
Thank you Robert S. Bokulic.
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