The librarian asks your reading group to count the number of fiction and non-fiction books in the library. Two of you count the fiction books and another two count the non-fiction books. Counting the fiction books does not take long while counting the nonfiction books takes considerably more time. How many fiction and nonfiction books could there be? What would be the factors that lead to the time difference in counting the books?

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