# A pastry

A pastry chef made some tarts and cupcakes. 2/9 of the tarts were chocolate, and the rest were fruit. 3/7 out of the fruit tarts were lychee tarts, and the rest were peach tarts. There were 96 peach tarts. How many tarts did the pastry chef make altogether?

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