# Two trains are carrying cargo. The first train carries 33 tons of cargo in wagons, and the second – 36 tons.

**Two trains are carrying cargo. The first train carries 33 tons of cargo in wagons, and the second – 36 tons. Only two trains carry 1794 tons of cargo. Indicate how many tons of cargo each train carries if the number of wagons in the trains is the same.**

1. Let’s calculate how many tons of cargo are transported by two wagons together.

33 + 36 = 69 tons.

2. Let us determine how many wagons in one train, if it is known that two wagons carry 69 tons of coal.

1794/69 = 26 cars.

3. Find out how many tons of cargo a train in which one wagon holds 33 tons of cargo is transported.

26 * 33 = 858 tons.

4. Let’s find how many tons of cargo the second train carries.

36 * 26 = 936 tons.

Answer: The first train carried 858 tons of cargo, and the second train carried 936 tons of cargo.