# Blueberries

Miko and Anton have a total of 1,580 blueberries. Miko and Anton have them in the ratio 2: 3. Determine how much each of them has.

Result

a =  948
m =  632

#### Solution:

m+a=1580
3m = 2a

a+m = 1580
2a-3m = 0

a = 948
m = 632

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