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In an orchard, there are only mango and apple trees. Fruits available on each tree are equal to the total number of trees of the same kind. Also, mango trees are twice in number as compared to the apple trees. Only 40% of total mangoes and 70% of total apples are in good condition. These have to be stored before selling. This year the farmer could sell only 75% of the stored mangoes and of the stored apples. The rest was wasted. Selling price per mango is Rs 10 and per apple is Rs 5. Investment to store (consider only this as the cost price) is Rs 20 per mango and Rs 10 per apple. In this transaction, the farmer lost Rs 15,000. What is the total number of trees in the garden?