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for problems 2 and 6 (they are set up similarly), I don't understand how you are expected to know which term is first, when they are both basic "this or that" questions, does it really matter?

for problem 9, can you explain the diagram entirely. Specifically, I'm having a hard time understanding why "lose the case" is crossed out
 Steve Stein
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For questions 2 and 6, it doesn't matter which term you wrote first, as long as you got the relationship right--in the absence of one, the other must appear.

As for question 9, that diagram is created using the Unless Equation discussed in the Lesson. Take a look and let me know whether this one is clear.

I hope that's helpful! Please let me know--thanks!


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