# And this was after a few.

Level pendingAnthony said, "It just occurred to me that when we first met, the square of your age contained the same three digits as the square of my age, just in a different order."

Bradley said, "If you take the square of the sum of our ages when we met and split it into two 2-digit numbers, you'd have my age then and your age now"

1234 split into two 2 digit numbers results in 12 and 34.

let B = Bradley's age now and A = Anthony's age now, B/A = x/y where x and y are positive co prime integers.

c^2 = xy+y

If, on the day he met Bradley, Anthony added c to his age, 2c being smaller than Bradley's age (then). what answer would he arrive at?

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