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Pocket money

When Dad gave out the pocket money, Amy received twice as much as her first brother, three times as much as the second, four times as much as the third and five times as much as the last brother. Peter complained that he had received 30p less than Tom.
Use this information to find all the possible amounts of money that Amy could have received.

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