Let x be the amount of fabric used for one twin-size blanket and y be the amount of fabric used for one queen-size blanket.

48 x + 30 y = 366 \rightarrow equation 1

Divided by 2 gives **24 x + 15 y = 183**

17 x + 30 y = 304 \rightarrow equation 2

Solving these

(24 x + 15 y = 183) \times 2

\mp 17x + \mp 30 y = 304

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48 x + 30 y = 366

\mp 17x + \mp 30y = 304

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31 x = 62

x = 2

Substituting this value of x in 17 x + 30 y = 304

30 y = 304 - 34 = 270

y = 9

So, 2m of fabric is used for each twin-size blanket and 9 m of fabric is used for each queen- size balnket.

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