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If 1 bucket + 5 jars = 1 tub, and 3 buckets + 2 jars = 2 tubs, how many jars are equal to 1 tub?

1t = 1b+5j
3b = 2t2j
1t = (2t2j)/3+5j
3t = 2t2j+15j
1t = 13j
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