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Help with my intro sentence structure? "Is it better to approach a problem with an inflexible mindset on how to fix it despite the controversy it would bring? Or would it be more effective to consider other’s opinions and attempt to achieve the best of both worlds?" or should I replace the first "?" with a comma and make it one big sentence?

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2nd option EricWhat
"Would it be better to approach a problem with an inflexible mindset on how to fix it,despite the controversy it would bring,or would it be more effective to consider other’s opinions and attempt to achieve the best of both worlds? It's best to view this phrase as two options... one question. Hope I helped ^_^
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No problem @EricWhat
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