View Poll Results: Age Distribution?  
10s  15  12.71%  
20s  44  37.29%  
30s~40s  28  23.73%  
50+  31  26.27%  
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PF age distributionby heartyface
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#1
Feb612, 08:44 PM

P: 28

nah i'm just really curious,
cuz PF seems to possess a much wider varities of age groups compared to similar forums like Aops, CC, etc...(mostly 10s~20s unless instructors/staffs, etc) aw well :D so hey guyz, i'm new here 


#2
Feb612, 08:47 PM

PF Gold
P: 7,363

I'm hitting 60 in a a couple of of months. Nothing special, and nothing I can do about it.



#3
Feb612, 08:58 PM

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PF Gold
P: 12,270

You forgot older than dirt and older than rocks.



#4
Feb612, 08:59 PM

PF Gold
P: 7,363

PF age distribution
Well, I do have one, but I'm not willing to exercise that one just yet. 


#5
Feb712, 01:00 AM

P: 1,416

20 here.
Actually I think an option "< 10" would have been interesting! 


#6
Feb712, 02:49 AM

PF Gold
P: 8,964

Turbo is being modest to avoid intimidating you. The fact is, he has to scrape the dinosaur crap off of the stone tablet in order to read the glyphs on his birth certificate.
I'll be a sprightly 56 in about a month. 


#7
Feb712, 03:31 AM

P: 2,179

I just turned 19.



#8
Feb712, 04:02 AM

Sci Advisor
P: 906




#10
Feb712, 07:02 PM

P: 28

yeah right...



#12
Feb712, 07:41 PM

P: 15,319

I am 39.95 plus shipping and handling.
What? I can't use a gag more than once per forum? 


#13
Feb712, 08:01 PM

PF Gold
P: 7,363




#15
Feb812, 08:03 AM

Mentor
P: 5,469

I depressingly got my age wrong yesterday and realised I'm actually a year older than I think.



#17
Feb812, 08:47 AM

P: 15,319

"Let's see, 2012 ... minus 1964... 48! No, it's not March yet. 47." You seem to have crossed it. 


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