challenging ratio problem
Would appreciate very much if someone can help me to solve the below problem.
Boxes A and B are each filled with some sand. If sand from Box B is poured into Box A until the sand in Box A reaches the brim, there will be 8 litres of sand left in Box B. If sand from Box A is poured into Box B until the sand in Box B reaches the brim, there will be 26 litres of sand left in Box A. The ratio of the volume of Box A to the volume of Box B is 5:3. How many more litres of sand are needed to fill box Boxes to their brim?