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The ratio of the number of statues in museum A to that in museum B is 5:8.
For maintenance work, some statues in both the museums had to be taken out.
As a result, the ratio of the number of statues in museums A and B became 2:3 respectively.
It was found that a quarter of the number of statues in museum A and 95 statues in museum B had been taken out for maintenance.
Find the total number of statues in both the museums at first.