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10-151.

How many caramel pieces are there out of the total number of candy pieces in the box?

How many pieces of candy in the box are not fruit centers or nut clusters out of the total number of candy pieces in the box?

In other words, what is the probability of choosing a caramel, a marshmallow chew, or a white chocolate candy?

$\frac{23}{36}$

What is the probability that you will pick a fruit center from this box?

Compare the probabilities and convert them into fractions with common denominators.
Which box has a greater probability of choosing a fruit center?

It is more likely to get a fruit center from the new box.

$\frac{1}{6} > \frac{5}{36}$