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Mary has two tanks of fish. If she transfers 15 fish from the larger tank to the smaller tank then the number of fish in the smaller tank
will be 5/7 of the number of fish in the large, tank. Given that there are 35 fish in the smaller tank originally, find the number of fish in the larger tank before the transfer of fish.
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