Tickets to the zoo cost $4 for children, $5 for teenagers, and $6 for adults. In the high season, 1200 people come to the zoo every day. On a certain day, the total revenue at the zoo was $5300. For every three teenagers, eight children went to the zoo. How many teenagers, children, and adults went to the zoo?
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