Note: Reference to my two previous problems for additional information: #1 and #2

Now that our woodchuck is full and satisfied, he heads off to the city to get himself a mate. The survivors of his chucking spree, which includes 250 mature trees and 125 saplings, are overjoyed. Note that once a tree reaches its 1st birthday, it stops growing, and has a volume of 10,000 cubic feet. Each birthday of a tree results in the production of a sapling. 1 year after the woodchuck leaves the forest, how many trees, \(t\), and saplings (non-mature trees), \(s\), are there in the forest?

Express your answer as \(\frac {t}{s}\).

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