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If we get 5% of the amount that Petr has in his wallet and 4% of the amount that Paul has with him, we will have 46 CZK. However, if we get 4% from Peter's and 5% from Paul's, we will only have 44 CZK. How many crowns do Petr and Paul have with them?

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