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fred was born 15days before ann. jake was born 28days before fred. lester was born 32 days before jake. how many days before ann was born was lester born

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    Lester 32 days before Jake
    Jake 28 days before Fred
    Fred 15 days before Ann

    32+28+15 = 75

    Lester was born 75 days before Ann.

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