equal quantities of sweets at two for $10 and six for $10 are mixed together. How many of the mixed sweets can you get for $10?

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  1. If we call the sweets
    A: 2/$10
    B: 6/$10
    Just list the possibilities:
    Those are the only ways to spend $10

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