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Different breeds of dogs get older at different rates in “dog years.” [#permalink]
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The stem is tricky, sir.

The sum of the dog-year ages of the Akkadian and the Khazarian first be exceeded by twice the age of the Livonian in dog years.

It means that in what years THE VERY FIRST TIME, twice the age of the Livonian will exceed the sum of the ages of the Akkadian and the Khazarian ?

\(2L > A + K\)

Please ask if the doubt remains.

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Isn’t the question about when A+k>2L ?
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