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The Best Age To Get Married According To Mathematics

Getting married when you’re too young could result in divorce, of course. But waiting too long—and it’s not nearly as long as you might think—could be just as problematic. Newer research shows that divorce trends in America are changing.

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What is the best age to get married according to Mathematics?

A mathematical theory called the 37% Rule dictates that 26 is the ideal age at which to choose a long-term partner, reports The Independent.

The theory, developed by cognitive scientist Tom Griffiths and journalist Brian Christian, authors of the book Algorithms to Live By: The Computer Science of Human Decisions, suggests that 26 is the ideal time to settle down.

What happens if you marry when you are below 25 years old

Life decisions made prior to age 25 can be problematic because they’re made without a fully developed ability to reconcile moral and ethical behavior.

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