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A pharmacist has two vitamin-supplement powders. The first powder is 20% vitamin B1 and 30% vitamin B2. The second is 15% vitamin B1 and 10% vitamin B2. How many milligrams of each powder should the pharmacist use to make a mixture that contains 140 mg of vitamin B1 and 190 mg of vitamin B2?

first powder     mg
second powder     mg

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