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John had 5 bags labelled P, Q, R, S and T.

These bags contained a total of 4070 badges.

The number of badges in S was doubled while the number of badges in P and Q were increased by 330 and decreased by 60 respectively.

The number of badges in bag R stayed constant throughout.

In the end, the number of badges in bags P, Q, R and S became equal.

If there are no badges in bag T, how many badges were there in bag S in the end?

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**1240**