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A & B together have 132 horses. If 0.25 of the no. of A 's horses = 0.14285714285714.... of no. of B 's horses, how many horses each has?

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    1/4 a = 1/7 b
    a+b = 132

    4/7 b + b = 132
    11/7 b = 132
    b = 84
    a = 48

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