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## To find the answer, we need to determine the age of Justin's mother when he was born, and then compare it to their current ages.

Let's assume the current age of Justin is J years, and the current age of his mother is M years.

Given that Justin has reached 1/11 the age of his mother when he was born, we can express his age at that time as (1/11) * M.

Since Justin's current age is J, we can write an equation using this information: (1/11) * M = J.

To find the value of M, we need to solve this equation for M. Multiply both sides of the equation by 11 to eliminate the fraction: M = 11J.

Now, to determine how many times Justin's mother is older than Justin, we divide her age by Justin's age: M / J = (11J) / J = 11.

Therefore, Justin's mother is 11 times as old as Justin.