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There are a certain number of children in a school.
The first group of children comprises of `2/7` of the children in the school.
Each child in the first group received an equal number of buns each.
The second group of children comprises of `5/7` of the children in the school.
Each child in the second group received thrice as many buns as each child in the first group.
If 2244 buns were distributed to 154 children in the school, how many buns did each child from the second group receive?