# Sweets

3 chocolate and 7 cakes cost 85, - CZK. 2 chocolates and 6 cakes cost 86, - CZK. How much is 5 chocolates and 9 cakes?

I wonder how to get the result, but only by logic without the use of a system of equations

I wonder how to get the result, but only by logic without the use of a system of equations

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