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A fruit basket contains apples, oranges, and bananas. There are four more apples than oranges, and twice as many bananas as oranges. After I ate two oranges and four bananas, one fifth of the fruit remaining was oranges. If I then ate two apples and three bananas, what percent of the fruit basket would be apples?
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