A number of passengers boarded an empty train at Station X. At Station Y, 2/5 of them got off and 80 passengers got on. At Station Z, 223 passengers got off and 38 got on the train. The train now had 3/8 of the number of passengers when it left Station Y.

(a) How many passengers were on the train when it left Station Z?

(b) How many passengers were on the train when it left Station X?

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NY primary school organised a 2-Day Charity Funfair. Admission tickets were sold to every visitor at a cost of $40. On the first day, 120 more children visited the funfair than adults. The number of children on the second day was 25% more than the number of children on the first day. The number of adults on the second day was 5% less than the number of adults on the first day. There were a total of 2570 people at the funfair on the second day.

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