anonymous
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The development of cars has pros and cons. The car has allowed for better transportation, but it is also responsible for a great deal of pollution. Which activity helps solve the pollution problem through the use of new technology? A. Building fewer cars B. Encouraging people to ride a bus C. Building cars that run on non-polluting fuels D. Encouraging people to walk more
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AAlixH
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what do you think
anonymous
  • anonymous
a
AAlixH
  • AAlixH
A decrease in cars would be an overall bad thing since there's a large population. What else do you think it could be?

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AAlixH
  • AAlixH
We want to keep cars because they help us travel longer distances. But what could we do with today's technology to make them more environmentally friendly?
anonymous
  • anonymous
c or d
AAlixH
  • AAlixH
We want to keep cars. It's good for people to walk more, but keep cars around so humans can travel longer distances. So, it'd be C
anonymous
  • anonymous
k thx your good at this
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Deduction ;^)

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