30 Jan '11 01:25

I do not possess the keenest of mathematical minds, so I turn to those of you who can turn this into English for me. For the life of me, I cannot figure out the formula--- even though I know it's going to turn out to be the simplest of statements.

I noticed it when my dad (born in '42) turned 64, and I (born in '64) turned 42. Turns out, the same result follows any scenario I can devise.

I can't figure it out. Any help?

When the two-year birth year of the parent is reached by the age of the child, the parent's age has arrived at the two-digit birth year of the adult.

I noticed it when my dad (born in '42) turned 64, and I (born in '64) turned 42. Turns out, the same result follows any scenario I can devise.

I can't figure it out. Any help?