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Hardy had some $1, $2 and $5 notes in his wallet .
He went to the market to purchase some groceries.
On returning home, he noticed that:
1) There were 10 more $1 notes.
2) `1/3`of the original number of $2 notes remained.
3) The number of $5 notes had reduced by 5.
In the end, the ratio of the number of $1 notes to $2 notes to $5 notes had become 1:2:3.
If he had 145 notes at first, determine the total amount that Hardy went to the market with.