Two grandmothers went to sell eggs at the market, and they had a total of 100. When they sold all the eggs, they made the same money. The first grandmother says to the second: "If I sold my eggs for your price, I would earn 15 crowns. " The other grandmother replies: "If I sold my eggs for your price, I would get 6 and 2/3 crowns. " How many eggs did each of the bucks have? Try to find the result without solving a complex quadratic equation.
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