# Borrowing bicycle

Jakub lent a bicycle to friends who wanted to ride it. For a three-hour bike ride, Jakub received two chocolates. Yup. If you wanted a bike for 2 hours, you had to give Jakub 12 candies. Peter gave Jakub 1 chocolate and three candies. How long can Peter ride Jakub's bicycle?

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