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There are 2 identical vases, A and B on a table.
Both vases contained some water.
Vase B is `1/2` filled with water and vase A is `7/9` filled with water.
The mass of vase B with water in it is `9/11` of the mass of vase A with water in it.
The total mass of the vases and the water in both vases are measured and found to be 960 g.
What is the total mass of 2 identical empty vases?
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- Round your answer off to 2 decimal places