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please explain the following question in detail.
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There are two containers A and B filled with mentha oil with different prices and with volumes 140 and 60 liters respectively. Equal quantities are drawn from both A and B in such a manner that the oil drawn from A is poured in into B and oil drawn from B is poured into A. After doing so, the price per liter becomes equal in both containers. What is the (equal) quantity that was drawn?

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please explain the following question in detail.
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There are two containers A and B filled with mentha oil with different prices and with volumes 140 and 60 liters respectively. Equal quantities are drawn from both A and B in such a manner that the oil drawn from A is poured in into B and oil drawn from B is poured into A. After doing so, the price per liter becomes equal in both containers. What is the (equal) quantity that was drawn?

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