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The ratio of the number of plants in two gardens, A and B, was 5 : 7 initially.
Some time later, 138 plants from garden B were removed and at the same time 138 new plants were planted in garden A.
Following this, the ratio of the number of plants in gardens A and B became 2 : 1.
At present, how many more plants than garden B does garden A have?