# When I was 4 years old my sister was half my age, now am 100 how old is my sister?

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You can make use of equations.

For instance, let the number of years you need to grow to become 100 years old be x. Then

4 + x = 100

x = 100 - 4 = 96

When you are 4 years old, your sister is half your age, that is, 0.5 x 4 = 2 years old.

Your sister grows for 96 years to become 2 + 96 = 98 years, when you are 100 years old.

When you were 4 years old, your sister was half your age. Half of 4 is 2, your sister was 2 years old when you were 4 years old or she is 2 years younger to you.

**Your present age is 100, as your sister is 2 years younger to you, she is 98 years old.**

When I was 4 years old my sister was half my age, now am 100 how old is my sister

When you were 4 years old, your sister would have been 2 years old. This means that you are 2 years older than your sister. The trick here is that they want you to think of yourself as being twice the age of your sister, whereas you are actually only 2 years older. The answer is that when you are 100, your sister will be 2 years younger than you. This would mean that she is 98.

When you were 4 years old, your sister was half your age. Half of 4 is...2. So your sister is 2 years younger than you are. Now that you are 100 your sister is 2 years younger than you, so she is 98 years old.

` 4-:2 = 2` so you sister is 2 years younger than you

100-2=98 she will be 98