Problem Sum, Math, Marketing Management

"For every 2 vans in a car-park,there were 9 cars.For every 1 motorcycle,there were 3 cars.After 7 motorcycles left the car-park,2/13 of the remaining vehicle were motorcycles.How many more cars than vans were there in the car-park."
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