Acandy maker makes two sizes of candies. using the smaller size, a full jar will contain 120 pieces of candy. using the larger candies a jar will contain 80 pieces of candy. the candy maker has a strict rule that no jars will contain a mix of small and large candies. if a store has room for 15 jars and they want 1560 total pieces of candy, how many jars will contain smaller candies?

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The candy maker will use 13 jars

A.T.Q, your equation would be:

x+y=15 (x=jar of small candy;y=of larger candy)1

120x+80y=15602

Sunstitute value of y from equation 1, which is y=15-x

120x+80(15-x)=1560

120x-80x+1200=1560

40x=360

x=9

So, 9 jars will contain small candies.

The candy maker will use 13 jars

pixie sticks and fun dip

Explanation:

If you really think about it, Pixie Sticks and Fun-Dip being ranked as the sweetest candy in the world is no surprise. They are both bags of sugar; one comes with a dip stick to assist in the sugar-to-mouth process, and the other involves pouring fruity flavored sugar directly into your mouth.

Pixie Sticks and Fun Dip

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Step-by-step explanation:

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