Read the passage below and solve the questions based on it.
Sachin has 3 children Ten, Dul and Kar. One day he brought 117 sweets for his children and planned to divide the sweets in such a manner that two times the number of sweets that Ten would have got should be equal to 2/3 times that Dul got and 4 times that Kar got. Since Sachin was poor at counting, he divided the sweets in the ratio of 2:3:4.
If Kar were to get the same number of sweets that Dul got now after the wrong distribution had the distribution being done correctly, how much should the total number of sweets be?