# Can you find out how long did Peter live?

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Peter's adolescence lasted for 1/6 of his life. He grew facial hair after 1/12 more. He married Susanne after 1/7 more of his life. She gave birth to a beautiful daughter after 5 years. The daughter lived 1/2 of what Peter lived. Peter died four years after his daughter.

Can you find out how long did Peter live?

posted Apr 7, 2015
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