|Hope no mathematician reads this.|
My daughter was 33 last Saturday. My husband remarked that she was now exactly half his age Obviously, he is 66. So last year when she was 32 and he was 65 - she was less than half his age. He then pointed out that the older she gets, the closer she will creep up to his age. e.g. When she is 53, he will be 86 (God willing) - in other words she will be 61% of his age. How can that work???? It seems to me therefore that one day she will be the same age as both of us?? He says that will never happen (???)
There is a reason that I scraped Math with the lowest possible pass mark. Can anyone get their head around this? Can it be represented by an algebraic equation as simple as E = MC squared? (LOL). I am beginning to think Math is some kind of a con trick.