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sweet delight candies sells boxes of candy consisting of creams and caramels. Each box sells for $8.00 and holds 50 pieces of candy (all pieces are the same size). if the caramels cost $.10 to produce and the creams cost $.20 to produce, how many caramels and creams should be in each box for no profit or loss? Would you increase or decrease the number of caramels in order to obtain a profit?


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