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28 March, 20:03

Two different types of cake are on sale at prices of $0.30 and $0.40 each. The cakes that are being sold for $0.30 cost $0.20 to make and the ones for sale at $0.40 cost $0.25 to make. No cakes can be kept to be sold the next day, so all of the cakes are reduced to half price 2 hours before the sales finish. All of the $0.30 cakes sold out before any of the prices were reduced, and all of the $0.40 were eventually sold, even though only half had been sold when the price was reduced. The overall profit at the end of the day was $30.00, but it could have been $40.00 if all of the cakes had sold before the prices were reduced. How many of each type of cake were there in the sale?

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  1. 28 March, 21:54
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    30.00=100 cakes

    40.00=100 cakes

    Step-by-step explanation:

    30.00/.30=100

    40.00/.40=100

    (i think im sorry if this is wrong)
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