Absolute and comperitive advantage, economics, Microeconomics

If one person can produce 1 fish and 10 oranges per hour and works 5 hours a day.another person can produce 2 fish and 20 oranges per 2 hors and works 8 hurs a day then who has the absolute advantage and who has comperitive advantage?
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