# Mathematical 7136

Out of 50 pupils, 44 solved at least one of the Olympiads - MO Mathematical Olympiad and BO Biology Olympiad. Twenty pupils still need to solve the MO. Of those who dealt with both Olympiads, 1/3 of those who dealt with just one were. How many pupils solved only MO, only BO? How many were solved by MO and BO at the same time?

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