Six persons P, Q, R, S, T and U are of different ages. S is older than only T and R. Q is older than P but younger than U. R is not the youngest. The age of the youngest person is 28 years. The age of second oldest person is 42 years. S is 10 years younger than Q, then which of the following may be the age of P?

S> R > T U > Q > P U > Q > P > S > R > T Age of T = 28 Age of Q = 42 Age of S = 32 Age of P will be between 42 and 32.

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