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Someone is selling candy and posts a sign in the break room saying anyone may take the candy if they put money in the jar. James took candy without paying. What is the most logical reason for James
to take the candy? a James forgot to put money in the jar.b. James has known the person selling the candy for a long time.c. Someone put extra money in the can.Jd. \ames steals things when he can get away with it.
a James forgot to put money in the jar.
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