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Question:

Each underlined section corresponds to an answer choice. The first underlined section corresponds to choice A, the second to choice B, and so forth. Select the answer choice that either contains an error, or select choice E, which is "No error. The Queen's counsil could not agree on the correct policy. A. A B. B C. C D. D E. E

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Answer:

B: The correct spelling is "council," meaning an assembly of persons or an executive, legislative, or administrative body assisting or advising a leader. "Counsel," meaning attorney at law, could also be correct here. There is no such word as "counsil."

Economics
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If the market price of a good is more than the opportunity cost of producing it, a. the market price of the product will increase in the long run. b. producers will increase supply in the long run. c. resources will flow away from the production of the good, causing supply to decline with the passage of time. d. the situation will remain unchanged as long as supply and demand remain in balance.

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Answer:

B

Algebra
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Question:

Simplify 3(4x - (3 - 7y + 5x) + 7y)

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Answer:

-3x + 42y - 9

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