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Green And Red Apple Trees Riddle

One of the apple trees had only green apples, and the other tree had only red apples. The village boys picked all the apples from both trees, and found that there were 5 red apples for every 4 green apples. Between them, the boys then ate 16 red apples and 16 green applies. When they counted the apples that were left, they found there were 3 red apples for every 2 green apples. How many apples of each color were on the trees in the first place?
The total was 40 Red apples and 32 Green apples.
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