math URGENT!!!!!!!
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a certain type of candy is sold in small boxes of 8 and large boxes of 15. notice it would be impossible to buy exactly 12 candies without breaking up a box. it would also be impossible to buy 17 candies without breaking up a box. what is the greatest number of candies that it would be impossible to buy without breaking up a box

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