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Opinion often shows bias. Therefore, it's good to remember that a fact is different from an opinion because a fact can be proved or disproved with a. imagery. b. evidence. c. bias. d. opinions.

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    B, evidence. It's not a because imagery is describing something, bias is being prejudice in favor of something, and come on, facts can't be proved or disproved with opinions O_o so it has to be B :)

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