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Terry and Maggie have some stamps each.
`2/9` of Terry’s stamps is equal to `3/11` of Maggie’s stamps. If Maggie has 85 less stamps than Terry,
(a) express Maggie’s stamps as a fraction of Terry’s stamps in its lowest terms.
(b) how many stamps does Terry have?
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